Boozed & Confused, Waynesboro Moose Picnic Grounds

Boozed & Confused, Waynesboro Moose Picnic Grounds

Saturday April 30th, 2022 * 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Tickets on sale now!
Join Lake House Distilling Co and Rough Edges Brewing for some awesome drinks and to see Singer- Songwriter Josh Morningstar in Waynesboro!
Josh has toured with the likes of Tyler Childers & Shooter Jennings and written hit songs for recording artists including Cody Jinks.
Food trucks including Fat Russ BBQ, Axe Pizza, Whatta Jerk, Jimmy’s Seafood and Amor de Mardres Colombian Cuisine.
We will have vendors including axe Throwing with AxGard and Wasted Wood will also be joining us with their handcrafted wood furniture and signs.
Plus, more!
Tickets can be purchased at Lake House Distilling Co or Rough Edges Brewing Co


Get Down With The Whole Town, Waynesboro, PA

Get Down With The Whole Town, Waynesboro, PA

Sunday October 10th, 2021 * 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Free Event
Please join Rough Edges, Lake House Distilling Co. and 633 Brewing at the Moose picnic grounds (located on Koons Rd. Waynesboro) to celebrate our first year in business.
We want to say Thank You for your support with a big party where you can enjoy all of our beverages along with some great food and music.
Food and beverages available for purchase. Food Trucks include Fat Russ BBQ, Rollz on Wheelz, and Whatta Jerk, Sweets from Cupcake Gypsy, and more.
There will be live music including DING and Blaine Phebus. 
There will be small games of chance hosted by the Redneck Outlaws with proceeds benefitting families affected by pediatric cancer.
Tourism Partner Spotlight: Lake House Distilling Co.

Tourism Partner Spotlight: Lake House Distilling Co.

Lake House Distilling Co. is a new addition to the Waynesboro area located at 218 West 5th Street. Owned by Aaron and Tara Lake the distillery dons their own home on their logo which represents their love and passion for the business and new venture they have taken on.

Lake House Distilling Co. began their journey as Aaron began experimenting with wine making which eventually evolved into a passion for spirits as he learned the ins and outs of the distilling process and grew his knowledge and expertise into brandy, bourbon, whiskey and vodka making. The dreams of owning a distillery started to come to fruition in 2016 as Aaron and Tara started the process to establish their business and in May of 2018 they purchased the building which would become the distillery and gutted it to the bones before doing an entire renovation. They finally opened their doors in January of 2020 to the public and only had the opportunity to serve the community for 8-weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, but they kept their doors open and remained optimistic!

This family and pet-friendly hot spot is open and has tons to offer! You can visit Lake House Distilling Company and enjoy a tasting of their meticulously crafted spirits and learn about the distilling process or order one of their signature cocktails, local craft beer or locally supported wines. Bottles of their spirts are also available for purchase as well as to-go cocktails.

There’s something for everyone! Each weekend on Friday, Saturday and Sunday they have a different food truck featured for patron’s enjoyment and guests can also enjoy pre-packaged cheese boards that are available for purchase at the bar. Guests are also welcome to pack and bring their own picnic to the property as well. On occasion Lake House Distilling Co. will host live music featuring local artists for your entertainment.

Lake House Distilling Co. takes pride in supporting the community and local business by selling locally sourced products. As the pandemic broke, this brand-new establishment also utilized their resources to make hand sanitizer which they generously donated to local first responders, senior living centers, the post office and other area businesses in need. As they remain open to the public, they offer outdoor seating with tables that are appropriately distanced. Patrons may enter the building for bar service which is also set-up to maintain social distance between staff and patrons. Masks are recommended while visiting the establishment, but not required. They are taking extra precautions to keep their property and surfaces sanitized.

Aaron and Tara are thrilled to have been able to maintain their business and serve the community and look forward to hosting locals and visitors in their family-friendly environment. You can keep up with the latest happening at Lake House Distilling Co. Facebook page. Follow here!

Spotlght article by Lauren Formosa