Forty Creek (whiskey)

Forty Creek (whiskey)

About Forty Creek (whiskey)

Forty Creek is an umbrella name for a number of Canadian whiskies produced by John K. Hall, first generation whisky maker, and owner of Kittling Ridge Wines & Spirits. John Hall started making Forty Creek in 1992, beginning with Forty Creek Barrel Select and Forty Creek Three Grain. In 2007 the first of the Forty Creek Special Reserves were released - limited edition Forty Creek Whiskies that vary with each lot. Malt Advocate magazine named John Hall Pioneer of the Year because of his contribution to new lines of thought and new methods in the world of whisky. The distillery is located in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada (between Hamilton and Niagara Falls) and is the only 100% Canadian-owned distillery remaining in Ontario.