This off-grid distillery in Larder Lake turns wild blueberries into eau de vie
Family-run OG Distillery also started sanitizer production during the pandemic
Located in the Temiskaming District community of Larder Lake, OG Distillery produces eau de vie from Ontario fruit, completely off the grid.
Owned by the Isenor family, the micro-distillery also started producing hand sanitizer during the pandemic.
To learn more, I spoke with Keeghan Isenor and his father Derrick. Tap the player to hear our conversation.
To learn more about OG Distillery, click here.
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