Sagamore Spirit Distillery combines a sophisticated whiskey production facility, including the world’s only handmade 40-foot mirrored finished copper column still, with an interactive visitor experience on a five-acre waterfront campus in Baltimore. The campus is comprised of three buildings: a distillery building dedicated to the making of the whiskey; a processing building with areas for bottling, barreling, tasting, and retail; and a waterfront restaurant building with a whiskey bar overlooking the distillery. The on-campus water tower holds spring water transported from nearby Sagamore Farm. The three buildings boast floor-to-ceiling glass windows to allow visitors to see the whiskey production and displays the outdoor courtyards and waterfront.
Ayers Saint Gross is designing three large, barn-like buildings to house a restaurant and whiskey-making plant on a waterfront property in Baltimore for Kevin Plank’s real estate firm.
The new website prominently features our design of Sagamore Spirit’s distillery.
Sagamore Spirit broke ground Wednesday on its 5-acre whiskey distillery designed by Ayers Saint Gross, another step in Kevin Plank’s effort to overhaul the South Baltimore waterfront.