This Hidden Gem is Turning Corn to Vodka Right in Bethalto, IL! 

      

     Tucked away in a warehouse in Bethalto, Illinois you will find the hidden gem B. T. O. Distillers; home of Bluestem Vodka. When you first drive up it might seem like you’re out of place, that means you are in the right place then! Head on in and a friendly face will greet you with a smile! 

Yes, you’re in the right place if you see this!

     

     After deciding there were already enough amazing micro breweries in the area, the owners decided to try a different route and chose to start producing their own vodka. With a combined 50 years of knowledge in winemaking, brewing, and alcohol experience, mixed in with some engineering and chemistry experience, this is how their unique making process and distillery was born! 

 

     Keeping it local is a big part of the company! They get all of their corn used for the production of their vodka from local farmers. 

     On Saturdays, the distillery offers educational tours of the facility you can book online. The tour includes a tasting and a drink to sip on while you learn! If you can’t decide what drink to go with, you have to try their famous “Stemcell” drink!         You can get 20% off your tour here!

Bluestem Vodka-Home of “The Stemcell”

     

     After you finish your tour, you might even get lucky enough to purchase a bottle you can wax on your own to take home! 

You might even get lucky enough to wax your own bottle!
  While you’re visiting, don’t forget to sign up for the amazing awards program they offer! For every $4 you spend at the distillery, you get 1 star! When you earn 50 stars, you receive a FREE bottle of Bluestem Vodka! 

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