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December 2nd, 2020
For Immediate Release

Waterville-Carleton County, NB- Moonshine Creek Distillery will be donating a total of $25,000 from this year’s sale of Chicken Bones Liqueur™ to Food Banks within Atlantic Canada.

“We are very appreciative of the support we have received this year, and we want to show our thanks by helping others during this difficult holiday season,” said Jeremiah Clark, CEO of Moonshine Creek. Joshua Clark, COO, had this to say, “The distillery has always tried its best to contribute to our  community.  Now that our product has started being sold in PEI, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, our community is getting larger, and we want to say thank you.”

Many businesses are stepping up to donate whatever they can to the food banks as they see a steady increase in the demand for their service. Moonshine Creek also recognizes the need to support our food banks during times of economic hardship and food insecurity. The $25,000 donation that will be given to each province by December 4th , 2020, will be broken into four amounts: $13,000 to New Brunswick,  $2,000 to Prince Edward Island, $5,000 to Nova Scotia, and $5,000 to Newfoundland. The central food bank in each province will distribute the donation amongst their provincial food banks.

“At Food Depot Alimentaire, we want to empower and support food banks as they continue to provide much-needed emergency access to food for food-insecure families and individuals in their communities. We want to thank Moonshine Creek for their donation and for being there for our NB food banks and our communities.” Chantal Senecal, Executive Director, Food Depot Alimentaire Moonshine Creek Distillery wants to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season. We look forward to continuing to grow our relationships in Atlantic Canada and beyond in 2021.

Media Contacts:

Jeremiah Clark
Moonshine Creek Distillery, CEO (English)

Mathieu Collin
Moonshine Creek Distillery, CFO (Francais)

Leanne Prescott
Director of Communications and Community Engagement
Food Depot Alimentaire/Peter McKee Community Food Centre
New Brunswick

Karen Theriault
Feed Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia

Mike McDonalds
The Upper Room Hospitality Ministry
Prince Edward Island

Tina Bishop
Community Food Sharing Association
Newfoundland & Labrador

October 7, 2020
For immediate release

Moonshine Creek Distillery Inc. will independently release Chicken Bones Liqueur™ for the 2020 holiday season.

Waterville, NB – New Brunswick’s innovative micro-distillery, Moonshine Creek, will release its one-of-a-kind Chicken Bones Liqueur™ across all four Atlantic Canadian provinces this November, just in time for the holiday season.

Brothers and distillery co-owners Jeremiah and Joshua Clark said they were encouraged by the excitement surrounding the initial launch in 2019.

“After the success of last year’s piloted release, we found what worked and what didn’t. We never expected the liqueur that started in our infusion workshops to be a national success. It certainly gave us the encouragement we needed to continue making this innovative liqueur,” said Jeremiah Clark, Co-owner of Moonshine Creek Distillery. 

The liqueur sold out in Alcool NB Liquor stores shortly after its 2019 release. Positive reviews and long line-ups left consumers wanting more. 

Alcool NB Liquor is excited to see Moonshine Creek’s Chicken Bones Liqueur™ return to store shelves this Christmas. 

“We are proud to work with local producers like Moonshine Creek Distillery in promoting their innovative products,” said Patrick Parent, President and CEO of Alcool NB Liquor. “After the phenomenal reaction from our customers last year, we are looking forward to having Chicken Bone Liqueur available throughout our retail network this holiday season.”

“We listened to our customers,” said Joshua Clark. “We genuinely care about their feedback. That’s how we make our products better.”

According to the brothers, this year’s release of their Chicken Bones Liqueur™ will be better than last, with an improved flavour and product consistency. To help with that, Moonshine Creek enlisted the help of CCNB Grand-Sault’s Innovation Team, made possible with a voucher from the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation. 

“We were truly fortunate to have the assistance and funding we needed to make this liqueur during a pandemic. I honestly thought we wouldn’t be able to release it this year because of the challenges the pandemic presented,” said Jeremiah Clark.

Daniel Hoyles, Investment Associate at NBIF said: “We are excited to assist through our Innovation Voucher Fund program and help a growing and innovative company during a time of economic uncertainty. We are happy to see a company like Moonshine Creek Distillery change the industry and come up with interesting products that are culturally relevant while promoting agriculture and innovation in New Brunswick.”

Chicken Bones Liqueur™ is just one of many innovative products produced by  Moonshine Creek. The distillery focuses on products that promote New Brunswick culture and flavours.

Years working in the bar and spirits industry have given the brothers a lot of experience creating different chocolate and cinnamon flavoured cocktails and moonshines. 

“Our Chicken Bones Liqueur™ has a smooth, well-rounded combination of rich chocolate and cinnamon. This liqueur will bring out the east coaster in anyone,” said Jeremiah Clark.

The micro-distillery plans to make and sell 50,000 bottles of its unique Chicken Bones Liqueur™ this holiday season, with a projected Atlantic Canadian release date of November 19, 2020 (* Currently available for purchase at NSLC).

Chicken Bones Liqueur™ is an independent trademark of Moonshine Creek Distillery Inc.

Follow Moonshine Creek Distillery via social media or through their website at for up-to-date details on the product’s release dates and availability.