Join us at West Overton Village on the second Wednesday of the month from May through October, 6 - 8 p.m., for our new Whiskey Wednesdays event. Relax and enjoy the evening with food trucks, drinks, music, and lawn games at our historic village.

Whiskey Wednesdays will be hosted in and around our Big Barn, our beautiful 19th century barn now preserved as an event venue. Enjoy cocktails provided by West Overton Distilling and locally made beer and wine. This event will be hosted rain or shine.

All ages welcome! Valid ID required for 21+ purchasing alcohol. No outside drinks or food permitted - please enjoy our on-site vendors!

$5 cover charge. Free for West Overton Village Members and kids under 18.

Wednesday, May 8

  • Food: Juliet's Empanadas, Spanky's Rollin Kitchen
  • Entertainment: Jay Constable

Wednesday, June 12

  • Food: Poulich Pit BBQ Express, DonutNV Greensburg
  • Entertainment: No Wrong Turn

Wednesday, July 10

  • Food: Poulich Pit BBQ Express, Firehouse Subs
  • Entertainment: MSJR

Wednesday, August 14

  • Food: Firehouse Subs, Hoshi Food Truck
  • Entertainment: Steve Hawk

Wednesday, September 11

  • Food: DonutNV Greensburg, Iron City Eats
  • Entertainment: Allison Borek

Wednesday, October 9

  • Food: Spanky’s Rollin Kitchen, Hoshi Food Truck
  • Entertainment: Ty Brew


Event Name: Whiskey Wednesdays 

Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2024

Location: West Overton Village

Address: 109 West Overton Road, Scottdale, PA, 15683

Admission: $5 cover charge. Free for West Overton Village members and children under 18.


About West Overton Village:

West Overton Village is a nonprofit historic site and museum that illustrates the rise of the American Industrial Revolution. The Overholts, a Mennonite family, transformed their farm into an industrial powerhouse over the course of the 19th century. West Overton supported a distilling complex that produced one of the country’s oldest and most renowned rye whiskey brands, along with a commercial coverlet factory, a gristmill, a coal mine with 110 coke ovens, and a community of agricultural and industrial workers. West Overton native Henry Clay Frick left his fortune to his daughter, Helen Clay Frick, who purchased the property in 1922 as a way to memorialize her father. Today, West Overton Village preserves 19 historic buildings across 40 acres and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors can tour the 1838 Overholt Homestead, the museum in the 1859 distillery building, and the educational distillery in which West Overton produces their own whiskey for the first time since Prohibition. Learn more at