Smooth Ambler Spirits in Greenbrier County has only been in operation for two years now, but the business and the product is getting notoriety from across the country.
Some of the Smooth Ambler liquors have already received awards on the spirits taste, but no tasting was going on for this week's Trading Places.
Lauren Weppler took on the job assisting the distillers in the production of their gin and whiskey.
Adding more grain into the process of making alcohol was the first chore given to Weppler by Nik Flora, who has been with the company since the beginning.
"That's the beauty of it. You never know everything so it always stays interesting.
Everyday is something different," said Flora who stresses he is still learning about the business and how to create a great product.
Flora had Weppler clean the space and tanks with the use of a heavy duty hose.
"This is such a cool job, anytime you get to use a hose it's a good job," said Weppler.
The edible waste from the distillery gets sent of to a local farmer. For John Little, the Master Distiller with the company its important to use local products and services whenever possible.
"Come visit us. We do tours on Fridays and Saturdays. We're open Monday through Saturdays for tasting's you can book private parties and private functions. We really want people to come see what we do here and what makes our product so special," said Little.
Smooth Ambler Spirits are now sold in 16 states across the country.