Paul Hletko, founder and distiller, saw the power of people following their dreams. He turned his sights to making spirits. He relentlessly pursued a new style of urban whiskey that would be the equal to that of his friends in Kentucky. But creating whiskey in the seat of prohibition? Seemed like a good place to start a bold, paradigm breaking whiskey brand.
Down a dark back alley in Evanston, you will find an old chop-shop making flavorful bourbon and rye from grain-to-glass with a bold Chicago-style twist. Innovative products continue to flow from the team at few. Proof, as ever, that appearances can be deceptive.