I went to the website and looked around. There is quite a bit of interesting history and information about the company. They describe how it's run by a couple and that they do what they can to keep it going without employees. There is also information about the man's beginnings into distilling and how he got to the point he is now.
The full text of the quote is
The New York Times and Wall Street Journal articles generated a significant amount of interest. The distillery portion of Woodstone Creek is not open to the public. We cannot offer tours, tastings or retail sales of our spirits from the winery. Access to the still is restricted to employees only.
If you’re just curious about the art of hand distillation, you can order a set of books from us for $35 plus shipping and handling. Please remember all distillation, without a license, for personal consumption or sale is a violation of federal law. "
Seems to be directed specifically at tremendous interest from recent articles in two huge national papers about the distillery. My take is that they are small and growing and just can't meet the demand for tours and they are explaining that you can't get the spirits in the wine tasting room.
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