Posted April 14, 2018

Crosscut Distillery awarded $200k by Northern Ontario Heritage Fund

Sudbury – The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation and Ministry of Northern Development and Mines announced this week funding of $200,000 for recently opened Crosscut Distillery in Sudbury.

With support from the province’s Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), Crosscut Distillery Ltd. has opened its operations on Kelly Lake Road, conducted facility renovations and purchased equipment, including a copper potstill and fermentation tanks. The business will manufacture spirits such as vodka, gin and whisky, using ingredients grown locally in Northern Ontario such as quinoa, barley and birch products, outlined the announcement.

“We at Crosscut Distillery are grateful to the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation for its support in purchasing the equipment required to transform Ontario agricultural products into fine spirits. We raise our glass to NOHFC and its support of all entrepreneurs in the North.” Shane Prodan, Crosscut Distillery owner said.

See also: Northern Ontario Heritage Fund invests $5.2 million+ in 16 breweries

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