Secrets are for strangers; here at the Jim Beam American Stillhouse, you’re family. So get an up close and intimate look at how our bourbon is made. Guided Jim Beam Distillery tours will take you through the entire process, starting with our natural limestone water well and all the way through the mashing, distilling, barreling, storing, and bottling.
Myer Farm Distillers is nestled in the heart of the Finger Lakes Region of New York State amid the thriving wineries of the Cayuga Wine Trail. Our hours are currently seven days a week 11:00am-6:00pm. We do require reservations for groups exceeding 10 people. Thank you.
R6 is a family and veteran owned distillery in El Segundo, California, just south of Los Angeles International Airport. We distill and create recipes for dozens of spirits and non-alcoholic beverages at our facility, and in 2017 opened our facility to service other brands.
Charleston's first distillery since Prohibition hand-crafting spirits using fresh, local ingredients. Come see us for a tour and tasting!
John Emerald Distilling is a small batch craft distillery located in beautiful downtown Opelika, Alabama.
Mystic Mountain Distillery is nestled among the buttes in the Larkspur, Colorado area. The distillery is the dream and hard work of a passionate master distiller. Each recipe reflects the skill and passion of a man who has captured his many life experiences, travels from nearly every corner of the globe and a bit of family history into each bottle. The creation of the unique blends and recipes wasn't possible with without our master distiller creating his own copper still - all by hand. Once the still was in place, our distiller began perfecting an old family recipe for moonshine.
In this digital world of virtual friends, bots, and blogs, the one true thing is love. It allows us to let go of our avatar masks and reveal the beauty that resides within. It gives us the courage to pursue passions with youthful optimism and stare wide-eyed at the possibilities ahead.
Located in the heart of fresh air and crystal clear Pacific Northwest water. In many circles there is a saying; “Wherever you are, there you are.” So our distillery is set in the region we love to call home – right in the heart of the Pacific Northwest. Here we are blessed with everything we’ll ever need to make and finish great tasting spirits. We can’t think of a better place.
Everything about Journeyman Distillery is handcrafted, and we like that our home reflects that attention to labor. The original maple factory floors are from the 1800s. We have an original concrete bar made in Grand Rapids, with coordinates etched into the side—to mark this historic and unique location. We’re using wood from the family barn in central Indiana; wood that was once the flooring for an early 1900s schoolhouse. We feel that EK Warren, the original builder of the factory—while being a staunch prohibitionist—would be proud to see his building shining bright.
Brothers Andy Nelson and Charlie Nelson have always had a lot in common. Both graduated from Loyola Marymount with degrees in the Humanities concentrating on Philosophy; both are history buffs, true southern gentlemen and proud of their family roots. But when they set out to resurrect Nelson's Green Brier Distillery, founded in the 1800s by their great-great-great grandfather Charles Nelson, the boys realized their kinship ran deeper than blood. They both had spirit pulsing through their veins.