Indiana Whiskey Company hopes to expand with another crowdfunding campaign
Want a lifetime supply of whiskey made in Michiana? It’ll only cost you $3,500.
The Indiana Whiskey Company has only been around for a year, but it is already looking to expand operations in an effort to keep up with growing demand.
The South Bend-based company makes its silver sweet corn whiskey and uses filtering technology, labels and bottling equipment from Michiana-area companies.
In exchange for perks, the company is running an IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign with a $50,000 goal. The funding will be used to purchase a building at 329 S. Lafayette Blvd., South Bend, where Indiana Whiskey Company will expand its production capacity and barrel more whiskey for aging.
Suggested contributions start at $25, which gets a contributor a 750 milliliter bottle of Indiana Whiskey. They go up from there and top out at a $3,500 contribution called “The Whiskituity Patron Saint.” That perk is a 750 mL bottle of Indiana Whiskey each month for life, plus a life-size canvas print of the contributor in the planned Whiskituity lounge that will be built in the new building. That perk can be shared by up to four people.
To get involved or find out more, visit The Indiana Whiskey Company’s IndieGoGo campaign page.