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Opened in the Delaware County hamlet of Arkville in 2016, Union Grove Distillery is one of the Catskills' leading distillers of craft vodka, bourbon, whiskey, rye whiskey, and other spirits. With daily free tours and tastings, the rustic distillery is located on the former site of Union Grove, a town claimed by the pure waters of the adjacent Pepacton Reservoir during its 1950s creation. Visitors can purchase a bottle of Union Grove's award-winning Vly Creek Vodka or relax with a cocktail by the wood-burning fire and copper-top bar while their little ones play in the kids' room. (845) 586-6300.

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