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PLACE

THE CLUB
COMING SOON

"There it was, there it is, the PLACE where during the best time of our lives friendship had its home and happiness its headquarters."

- Wallace Stegner 

 

As architects we obsess and agree with Wallace Stegner over the value of Place. And place is not a “place until things that have happened in it are remembered in history, ballads, yarns, legends, or monuments. Fiction serve as well as fact.”  Story needs a place to convene, to remember, to embellish and to inspire. Architecture can greatly influence the quality of place which in turn relates to quality of experience. How the sunlight hits your morning coffee mug, to where we take our naps, where we smile, the textures of surfaces, the ambience of a wood fire, where and how we break bread, the temperatures, the airflow, the change in weather patterns, the massing and scale all influence our sense of Place. Many of these things are also the same ingredients that lead to good aged whiskey. The marriage of architecture and whiskey is obvious to us, perhaps necessary. We design and build places around the country to inspire the art of “gathering”, to age good whiskey, and to toast Stegner’s idea of place

“making happiness its headquarters."

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THE WAREHOUSE

Warehouse Address: 

2811 Merrilee Drive Suite D

Fairfax, VA 22031

Our warehouse is our main base of operation. This is the spot for bottle/merch pick ups, tastings, and every so often BBQ's hosted by Nick. Follow us on instagram (@lostwhiskeydistillery) to keep up with events.

 

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MOBILE WHISKEY BAR

Our Mobile Whiskey Bar is a thing of beauty.  An old 1974 airstream that we designed and built into...a mobile whiskey bar. This sucker can be rented out for corporate events, private parties, you name it. Hit the inquire button above to learn more or email us at info@lostwhiskey.com

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THE CABIN

The Cabin is a podcast studio and bourbon room. It won an award from the

American Institute of Architects for outstanding design and has been featured in  Dwell, Hypebeast, and the Washingtonian amongst other publications.  It might be the best place in VA to enjoy a cocktail. It is not available for rent.

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