Quincy Street Distillery

Craft Distiller of Artisanal Spirits


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Whiskey Wednesdays & Happy Hours

Posted by on May 11, 2022 in Product News | 0 comments

Starting May 11, Quincy Street Distillery is celebrating Whiskey Wednesdays in May at the distillery Speakeasy cocktail bar with a Whiskey Happy Hour: $1 off all whiskey drinks and cocktails, including pours and flights, from 4-7pm. Our Speakeasy cocktail bar is now open Wednesdays 4-9pm (last call 8:30pm). We are also now accepting reservations for our...

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Post-Reception Cocktail Hour for RAC’s Exhibits By Noderer, Schwalbe, & Graham

Posted by on May 6, 2022 in Distillery News, Events | 0 comments

Sunday, May 15th, at 6pm we are hosting an after-party cocktail hour for attendees of the opening reception for the Riverside Arts Center‘s exhibition of Joseph Noderer: The Same Old Space in the Freeark Gallery and Catherine Schwalbe: Flock in the FlexSpace, as well as the ongoing photo exhibit at the Riverside Town Hall Stephanie Graham: Love You...

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Update Schedule for Tours and Bar Hours

Posted by on Mar 25, 2022 in Distillery News | 0 comments

We have updated our schedule for Distilley tour/tastings and open hours for the Speakeasy cocktail bar. There will no longer be any tours regularly scheduled on Wednesday evenings, tours continue to be available on Saturdays 2-3:30pm and Sunday 3-4:30pm. The Speakeasy cocktail bar will be open on Fridays and Saturdays 4-10pm with last call at 9:30pm....

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No Masks or Proof of Vaccination Required During Visits

Posted by on Feb 25, 2022 in Distillery News | 0 comments

Cook County has updated its pandemic guidance. Starting next week, in anticipation of Cook County removing the mask and vaccination requirements for bars, we will no longer require them for visitors to our Speakeasy cocktail bar and Retail Shop. Patrons that prefer to wear masks may continue to do so, and we do encourage that all patrons be vaccinated in...

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