Bees, bourbon and business

Bees, bourbon and business

Honeyville’s latest product packs a two-fisted punch
Danny Culhane, part-owner of Honey House Distillery, says the bourbon it uses is aged at least two years in American white oak barrels. Honeyville owners Danny and Sheree Culhane, their son Kevin Culhane and a friend, Adam Bergal own Honey House.
Stacks of 55-gallon drums of honey wait to be used in specialty products such as jams, jellies and sauces at Honeyville. Now, a separate but related business, Honey House Distillery, will use the honey to make honey bourbon.
Adam Bergal, back, and Kevin Culhane, co-owners of Honey House Distillery, are blending bourbon with honey. Honeyville eventually plans to build a new home, three times the size of the current building, to house both Honeyville and Honey House Distillery.
Adam Bergal, left, and Kevin Culhane, co-owners of Honey House Distillery, are blending bourbon whiskey with honey from Honeyville.

Bees, bourbon and business

Danny Culhane, part-owner of Honey House Distillery, says the bourbon it uses is aged at least two years in American white oak barrels. Honeyville owners Danny and Sheree Culhane, their son Kevin Culhane and a friend, Adam Bergal own Honey House.
Stacks of 55-gallon drums of honey wait to be used in specialty products such as jams, jellies and sauces at Honeyville. Now, a separate but related business, Honey House Distillery, will use the honey to make honey bourbon.
Adam Bergal, back, and Kevin Culhane, co-owners of Honey House Distillery, are blending bourbon with honey. Honeyville eventually plans to build a new home, three times the size of the current building, to house both Honeyville and Honey House Distillery.
Adam Bergal, left, and Kevin Culhane, co-owners of Honey House Distillery, are blending bourbon whiskey with honey from Honeyville.
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