Locally Sourced × Crafted with care
In 2012, just after Pennsylvania had passed it’s new limited distillery law; Bob Begg was retiring from 28 years of teaching at IUP. His teaching colleague, Bob Sechrist, had enjoyed all aspects of wine and wine making for years. So, he approached his friend and together decided to start a distillery. Inspired by their own virtues and those of whom they admire, the two decided to name the venture Disobedient Spirits.
A site was soon chosen. A vacant and grocery store in Homer City would suit their needs. Saving only the walls that support the structure, the renovations to transform the property into a modern distillery were extensive. The two Bobs got approval in May of 2013 and started the year long process of installing equipment, experimenting with recipes, and producing enough product to open for business. On December 13, 2014 the doors opened and the adventure was underway.
30 South Main Street
Homer City, PA 15748
*Cocktail bar after 4p*
Seating for up to 35 guests.
Room for extra tables for foods and other items.
Seating for up to 180 guests with exclusive access to Rackhouse and its ammenities.
Bar and store front would be open to the public.
Seating for up to 200 guests.
Exclusive access to Rackhouse and cocktail bar. Closed to the public.
Please contact for more information about renting our distillery.
$22 per person for every guest over the age of 21.
All cocktails, beer, and wine are available. Event space rental is cut in half with this package.
LIMITED OPEN BAR
Set a dollar limit on an open bar. Or set open bar to certain time.
Cash bar begins when dollar amount or time is reached.
Full service bar with cash or credit card tabs.
Cocktails, beer and wine may be discounted.