Flyover Whiskey provides customized distillation and bottling for corn producers and their communities across the state of Nebraska. Every batch of Flyover Whiskey is crafted using corn planted and harvested by a specific farmer here in Nebraska. Each bottle is custom labeled with the operation's information and harvest details provided by the farmer.
Our custom corn whiskey is not only a great way for farmers to enjoy the crop they work to produce, but also gives those not on a farm a way to connect with specific producers across the state of Nebraska.
"Drinkable", the word on the gravel road, is spot on. I like how I can smell a hint of corn. I remember the load of corn this one came from last year as I drank it... you know how they say smell and memory are closely linked. And the label turned out great!
-- Neil H.
I am blown away by this gift for Luke and can hardly wait to give it to him. I enjoyed reading about this enterprise but still I was not prepared for how truly unique and special this product would be. Hands down, this is going to be his favorite gift!
-- Jane F.
I am by no means a whiskey connoisseur, but it is my drink of choice. Just wanted to tell you how pleasantly surprised I was after my first sip of Flyover Whiskey. I had planned on giving a few of these as Christmas gifts, but I think I’m going to be a bit stingy and keep em for me. Nicely done.
-- V.J. B.
I was impressed with the taste. I mean the packaging and the concept are good even if the product didn’t taste that great but I thought it was really good!
-- Blake A.
Not a Farmer?
Submit an order and we can help pair you with the farmer of your choice or one of our farm partners to source the grain for your order.
Information on Batch Sizes
The smallest batch size we can do is six, 750 ML bottles. Customers are welcome to do multiple batches in bottle increments of six (i.e. 12 or 18 bottles) - just submit one order and let us know you want multiple via email.
We occasionally blend whiskey from various Nebraska farmers to create a generic whiskey blend using corn from either the 402 or 308 area codes. If you would be interested in making a single-bottle purchase, just send us an email and we will keep you updated when available.
To get started, fill out an order form with some initial information. We will reach out when we are ready to process your order to walk you through the process and collect information for your custom whiskey label.
Have questions or want to learn more? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can answer any questions or special requests you may have.
For Corn Farmers: $350/order
If you are providing corn from your farming operation, we charge $350 per order. You will receive six 750 ML bottles of Flyover Whiskey in custom labeled bottles (all required processing and shipping included).
Non-Farming Customers: $375/order
For all other customers, we charge $375 per order. We will work with a producer of your choice or pair you with one of our partner producers to source the corn for the whiskey. A portion of your payment will go directly to the farmer to cover grain and processing expenses. You will receive six 750 ML bottles of Flyover Whiskey in custom labeled bottles (all required processing and shipping included).
Growing up on a small farm in North Bend, Nebraska, agriculture has been a part of my daily life. Early on I had the opportunity to work for a local
farmer as well as for my father's water well business, and I quickly gained a deep respect for the hard work and resolve of agricultural producers
and their communities across the Midwest. The producers in these 'flyover states' have a type of grit you don't see many other places, and they
know how to celebrate their hard work the right way - with cold drinks and good friends.
I started Flyover Whiskey so that Midwest farmers can enjoy the fruits of their labor in a more tangible way. Each bottle of Flyover Whiskey showcases the farmers and their families that make the Heartland such an amazing place to live, and I hope our whiskey helps celebrate all those that do their part to feed the world.
- Andrew Minarick, Founder