SARATOGA – Before you can even make it to the Brush Creek Distillery to quaff a couple of their newly released spirits, chances are you’ll be escorted down a long basement tunnel, adorned with stone walls and arched ceilings reminiscent of medieval bridges.

To your right side, windows peering into one of the largest wine cellars you’ve ever seen – more than 30,000 bottles, ballpark figure. Interspersed on the other end, locked doors that lead into wine vaults – one of which leads to a hidden bar through a trapdoor.

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