Lone Oak Farm (5000 Olney-Laytonsville Rd) has announced the expansion of its legacy with a small batch distillery on the existing brewery property.
Fallen Oak Distilling, scheduled to open in Spring 2024, will deliver an exquisite range of spirits, meticulously crafted for the discerning palate. Named as a tribute to the brewery’s beloved Oak tree, construction is now underway on the Lone Oak grounds. Fallen Oak Distilling will feature state-of-the-art equipment and a space that will reflect the passion and dedication synonymous with Lone Oak Farm Brewing Company. This new adventure will allow Lone Oak to continue its commitment to serving award-winning products in the perfect atmosphere.
“This project is a major milestone for us. We’re excited to blend our love of this land with our desire to create something unparalleled in our community. Our spirits will be designed with precision, to take your taste buds on a journey,” says Ralph Mollet, co-owner of Lone Oak Farm and Fallen Oak Distilling. From ground to glass – served on the rocks or neat – Fallen Oak Distilling promises to deliver the finest spirits in our region.
Lone Oak Farm Brewery is locally owned and operated. Co-founders Chris and Charlie Miller are graduates of Magruder High School. They teamed up with co-founders and builders Ralph and Ryan Mollet of Gaithersburg to bring you the brewery and great times for over three years now.
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