Founded in 2007, WhistlePig has always been at the forefront of distilling innovation. Forget convention—they push the boundaries of what’s possible, for what whiskey can be. The Vermont-based distillery is on 500 acres of idyllic countryside. A once functioning dairy farm is now ground zero for innovation and award-winning whiskey. From growing their own Rye crops, to tapping their own maple, Whistlepig’s penchant for perfection starts here.
This smokin’ 6-year Rye Whiskey boasts WhistlePig farm-grown rye and a 2-stage smoking process, bringing an authentically aged subtle smoke flavor to the bottle. Whether you're making campfire cocktails or grilling up your favorite BBQ dish elevate it with a little Smokestock Whiskey.
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Check out the recipes below crafted specifically for WhistlePig X Traeger products.
The classic tangy-sweet combo of maple and mustard gets a flavor boost from bourbon in a new Traeger rub and sauce made in conjunction with our friends at WhistlePig distillery in Vermont. Which pellets to use? Our Whiskey Barrel Pellet Blend, of course.
Made with whiskey instead of gin, the John Collins is a smoky, full-bodied twist on the classic Tom Collins. Made with Whistlepig SmokeStock Whiskey and Traeger's Smoked Simple Syrup and lightened up with lemon and soda water, each sip will leave you wanting more.
Simple pork tenderloin gets a triple hit of whiskey flavor--in the wood, the rub, and the BBQ sauce, the latter two courtesy of our new partnership with the Vermont-based WhistlePig distillery. Tangy mustard and sweet maple round out the flavor. For best results, season the tenderloin at least a few hours before smoking.
It's a classic for a reason, but our version of a whiskey sour mixes up WhistlePig SmokeStock Whiskey and Traeger's Smoked Simple Syrup for a crowd-pleasing cocktail any time of year.
Enjoy a smoky twist on your favorite old-fashioned cocktail with WhistlePig SmokeStock Whiskey and Traeger's Smoked Simple Syrup. For an added hint of fire, run the orange twist through the flame of a match before garnishing the cocktail.