March 17, 2020 / Marguerite Cleveland / Sip Magazine

4 Questions with Brandon Egbert of Bellewood Distillery

Brandon Egbert is the new head distiller for Bellewood Distillery in Lynden, Washington, the state’s first “farm-to-glass” distillery. All the ingredients used are sourced from Bellewood Farms, a family-owned and-operated apple orchard tied to the distillery. The 31 acres are home to almost 25,000 apple trees and 21 varieties. Egbert has the challenge of bringing his own flare to the spirits he makes while being respectful of the heritage that came before him.

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