“Embracing Heritage” is our motto at Tennessee Hills Distillery and we apply this idea into everything we do. We are located in the “Salt House” in Tennessee’s oldest town of Jonesborough.
It is our belief, when it comes to making spirits, the “old way is the right way” and this is achieved by incorporating age-old recipes and distillation methods, handed down for hundreds of years, and carried to America by our Irish forefathers.
Stephen Callahan, owner of Tennessee Hills Distillery has been a life long resident of the Tri-Cities. Since opening his doors this past May in Jonesborough – Tennessee Hills Distillery has received overwhelming support and a warm welcome to the business community. Stephen and his wife, Jessica decided to give something back to their community by hosting a 1920’s themed Prohibition Party benefitting a charity near and dear to their hearts – the Washington County Animal Shelter. The event is called “Prohibition for the Paws”.
Cara Ledbetter, Executive Director of the Washington County Animal Shelter was quoted as saying : “I fully support Tennessee Hills Distillery and their efforts to secure external funding to support the “Prohibition for the Paws” event, which will ultimately benefit the animals at the Washington County – Johnson City Animal Shelter.
Please consider being a sponsor for this event and benefiting this great cause. The money raised by this event will directly benefit the animals in our local shelter. We will be able to use the funds for necessary items, such as, food, blankets, medicines/vaccines, and even something as important as the cost of spaying/neutering of these animals to help them get adopted more quickly.”
“Prohibition for the Paws “ is being held at the “Venue” in King Centre (upstairs ballroom) on Saturday, December 3rd starting at 8pm until 12 midnight. We invite all you Guys and Dolls to wear your finest 1920’s glad rags to the party of the year. Enjoy Prohibition style cocktails and a 1920’s specialty brew, great hors d’oeuvres from local restaurants served by flapper girls in a true “Speakeasy” atmosphere. “Swing” the night away to live music from Big Band Theory (9 piece jazz band), participate in our silent auction and so much more! Tickets are $60 each or $100/couple. You can buy your tickets today at: www.tnhillsdistillery.com and click on the “Prohibition for the Paws” logo
Tickets may also be purchased at Tennessee Hills Distillery located at 127 Fox Street, Jonesborough, Tennessee. While you are there, we invite you to help us embrace our heritage by trying a sip of our time honored spirits. Our hours are Monday-Saturday 10am-to 6pm, Sunday 1pm-5pm.
If you would like to be a part of this event – please call 423-788-9105 or email us at: prohibitionforthepaws.com. Let’s make “Prohibition for the Paws” the biggest event of the year for the Washington County Animal Shelter.