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Gnaw Bone Sorghum Mill

4883 East S.R. 46, Nashville, IN - (812) 371-1628
Pat and Bill Watkins of the Gnaw Bone Sorghum Mill use a horse-powered wheel-press to transform sugar cane into sorghum molasses. You can buy bottles of it as well as all kinds of put-up jellies, jams and preserves. We are especially fond of the apple butter and pear butter, so well suited for spreading on warm morning toast.
100% Approval Rating (5 votes)

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5 - Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Overall: Legendary - Worth driving from anyplace
Persimmon Pudding
Cherry Butter
Apple butter

Highlighted Reviews

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Michael Stern - Photos (4)
Roadfood.com Editor
"Among the many attractions of scenic Brown County, Indiana, are its sugar cane fields. In the fall, when the cane is harvested, Pat and Bill Watkins of the Gnaw Bone Sorghum Mill use a horse-powered wheel-press to transform it into sorghum molasses. At their Sorghum ..."   [Read More]
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Shelley Kresan - Photos (1)
March 14, 2008
"Get your apple butter here. Actually, get your apple, cherry, pumpkin, pear, and peach butters here. They're half the price of most places in Nashville and they taste better. I like the stuff so much that I shipped a case home to Southern California. They are so ..."   [Read More]
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Cindy Miller
May 24, 2010
"One of the great secrets of Gnaw Bone Sorghum Mill is persimmon. Only available "while it lasts," persimmon pudding, preserves, and even frozen persimmon pulp can be purchased at the Mill. Similar to plum pudding, with a taste that made us guess "spice cake?" ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

4883 East S.R. 46, Nashville, IN
(812) 371-1628

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Dessert
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:No
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:No
A loaf of apple bread, warm from the oven
"A loaf of apple bread, warm from the oven"
Michael Stern





Good-tasting souvenirs of southern Indiana
"Good-tasting souvenirs of southern Indiana"
Michael Stern


Pear butter is amazingly different from apple butter, not just in flavor but in its fascinating texture.
"Pear butter is amazingly different from apple butter, not just in flavor but in its fascinating texture."
Michael Stern


An autumn destination in Brown County, Indiana
"An autumn destination in Brown County, Indiana"
Michael Stern


This was a rainy day in September 2007.  Feeling a little gloomy, I stopped in and was glad for it.  It's a wonderful little place.
"This was a rainy day in September 2007. Feeling a little gloomy, I stopped in and was glad for it. It's a wonderful little place."
Shelley Kresan



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