Pigeon Forge Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting

Ole Smoky Moonshine and their Master Distiller Justin King, in conjunction with The Greater Pigeon Forge Chamber of Commerce and local invited guests, celebrated the opening of the Barn at The Island in Pigeon Forge with a ribbon cutting and open house.  Free Moonshine tastings, food from Ole Smoky Foods and bluegrass music were enjoyed by all those in attendance. Pigeon Forge Mayor, David Wear, was on hand to address the crowd and welcome Ole Smoky Moonshine to Pigeon Forge. The Barn at the Island in Pigeon Forge is the newest Ole Smoky Moonshine location to open and the second location in Sevier County.

The Barn is not just a store front – Moonshine will be made, jarred, labeled and sold on site. Certain flavors from the Gatlinburg location will also be available, as well as the signature Ole Smoky Moonshine Cherries. The Barn also features a stage outside where live bluegrass performances will be held daily. Sit outside and enjoy the music from Ole Smoky, the beautiful fountain shows and the views of the Smoky Mountain Wheel and the Great Smoky Mountains.

Ole Smoky Moonshine currently has eleven different signature flavors of Moonshine, including: Apple Pie, Pineapple, Moonshine Cherries, White Lightnin’ Original, Blackberry, Peach, Charred, Hunch Punch, Sweet and Strawberry. There are two seasonal flavors available at The Barn which are Big Orange and Pumpkin Pie.

Ole Smoky Moonshine is currently available in 49 states, as well as Canada.

For more information about Ole Smoky Moonshine or The Barn, please visit For information on joining the Pigeon Forge Chamber of Commerce – the Fastest Growing Chamber in the Region, call 865-453-5700.

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