Industry helped build Carson Valley, and the creamery building is at the heart of its roots. Built by one of Nevada’s most celebrated architects, this building signaled strength and prosperity throughout the Carson Valley when it was completed in 1916. It housed the town's butter manufacturing company, and was the creamery kind in Nevada. The products made here were consumed globally, shipping as far as China. Today, the creamery is a vodka, gin, and American whisky distillery.

After five years being lovingly restored, this building has come full circle and once again processes locally-grown products — only now they’re estate-grown grains that are distilled in our Carl stills.

Like the mill building, we worked to repurpose or reuse everything we could in order to create a facility that reveres history and single-malt whisky operation. The end result is a facility that celebrates the past while looking to the future.