Mini Moonshines

Mini Moonshines


HOT SUMMER SPECIAL: 8 oz. Mini Mason Jars of BLIND CAT MOONSHINE!! –available only at the Distillery

BLIND CAT MOONSHINE’s Ready

BLIND CAT MOONSHINE’s Ready


We’ve made row after row of silky smoooooth Corn Moonshine for ya! BLIND CAT is one mean kitty coming in at 90 Proof, but it’ll make a grown man purr! Guaranteed.

99 Bottles of “Jack” on our Wall

99 Bottles of “Jack” on our Wall


99 Bottles of “Jack” on the Wall. 99 Bottles of “Jack”. You bottle a Case. Another one takes its Place.

Spirits created at High Mark Distillery

Spirits created at High Mark Distillery


High Mark Vodka: The Alaskan trend is one of spirit drinkers and mixologists who are consistently ordering higher end Vodkas. The modem Alaskan vodka drinkers are showing measurable market growth through high interest in ultra supreme quality rather than solely considering the cost READ MORE

Nickel Back Apple Jack

Nickel Back Apple Jack


True Alaskans pride themselves in having what no other state has. We are unique, we are pioneers, and we are one of a kind! This philosophy works exceptionally well with our Nickel Back Apple Jack. Our “Old World” secret recipe is making its first American Debut! High Mark Distillery’s owner has precisely combined techniques from the highly coveted “secret family recipe” straight from Ireland and her wonderful Uncle Tim, mixed with a dash of back woods ideas borrowed from traditional Jack makers, to create this All American Traditional Spirit!

Blind Cat Moonshine

Blind Cat Moonshine


Our one of a kind Blind Cat Moonshine is just an animal of its own! It was created out of the best corn and techniques that our proud country has to offer. Our hats off to Washington, Tennessee, and Kentucky for all of the help in getting our corn liquor started! Then, of course, a little “Call of the Wild” ingredients were stirred in to make it distinctly Alaskan!

High Mark Vodka

High Mark Vodka


The smooth, crisp components of the High Mark Vodka is coveted and closely kept as a secret recipe. It has been adapted from small distilleries found at the Northern most tip off Ireland’s West Coastline. High Mark’s Irish relatives don’t just eat their wheat, they taught us how to drink it as well!