A new distillery has officially opened in Ogden.
The massive 32,000 square-foot multi-purpose facility, owned by award-winning Ogden's Own, is open for business at 615 W. Stockman Way.
The distillery is part of the historic Ogden stockyard area off 24th Street, a hub dubbed the Ogden Business Exchange which has developed into one of the fastest-growing hives for innovative local businesses in the region.
The multi-million dollar building features a bar, a retail shop and an amphitheater, which will be used to host events with local musicians and artists.
“We take tremendous pride in educating the public about Utah’s colorful local history through our passion for distilling, which has only grown stronger over the years,” said Steve Conlin, President of Ogden’s Own. “We’ve evolved from a two-person startup conceived on a hope and a prayer a decade ago to a multi-million dollar operation, and with that has come a sense of responsibility to both serve and reinvest in our local community that helped us get here."
As we continue to scale our business, our belief is that our new distillery will operate as a vehicle for us to parlay Ogden’s Own into national success while also serving as a gathering place for both local fans of our brand and tourists to experience our spirits as well as appreciate the work of some of the awesome creative folks in our area.
The distillery will be open five days a week from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ogden's Own was founded in 2009 with the release of its first product Undergound Herbert Spirit. It won a Double Gold Medal from the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2012, according to a press release. The distillery then released Five Wives Vodka, which has received national notoriety when it hit the market.
Ogden’s Own’s robust spirits portfolio includes a small-batch gin called Madam Pattirini, Five Wives Vodka, Underground Herbal Spirit and the Porter’s line of whiskeys – consisting of Peach, Apple, Fire, Huckleberry flavored varietals and a Small Batch Rye. Each spirit is handcrafted in Utah and heavily influenced by the area’s geographic surroundings. For example, Five Wives Vodka is even made using Wasatch mountain spring water.
For more information, visit: OgdensOwn.com