After many months of hard work, Jersey Artisan Distilling is now the first distillery to open in New Jersey since Prohibition ended. We are going to focus on making our spirits in the classic style, using modernized versions of the techniques that have made spirits great since colonial times. Our primary focus will be on making rum, bringing back the flavors and tastes that made rum the most popular spirit in colonial times and beyond.
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.
John Emerald Distilling is a small batch craft distillery located in beautiful downtown Opelika, Alabama.
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.
The Kentucky Artisan Distillery was started by a partnership of individuals with a common dream. To build a distillery that offers opportunity; an opportunity for anyone to distill their spirits without the great expense and time of building a distillery.
Our family’s very first bourbon went into barrel in 1889. We revived the craft in our own state-of-the-art distillery, where we use the finest ingredients. We believe that patients builds character & fine bourbon can never be rushed.
Kings County Distillery is New York City’s oldest operating whiskey distillery, the first since prohibition. Founded in 2010 by Colin Spoelman and David Haskell, we make handmade moonshine and bourbon out of the 115-year-old Paymaster Building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. We use New York grain and traditional distilling equipment to make distinctive whiskey. Our moonshine and bourbon have both won “Best in Category” from the American Distilling Institute’s Craft Spirits Awards and our bourbon won two silver medals from the inaugural American Craft Distillers Association Awards in 2014.
Established in 2008, KOVAL produces organic whiskey, liqueurs and specialty spirits in Chicago's first distillery since the mid-1800s. Founders Robert and Sonat Birnecker, chose to leave their academic careers to bring the distilling traditions of Robert’s Austrian family to America.
Laws whiskey house is redefining great american whiskey. Every whiskey we make is on its own road; creating an heirloom grain, terroir-driven flavor experience for our fellow whiskey hunters.
Our family was there at the start of the Kentucky bourbon business. It all began when a man named Jacob Beam sold his first barrels of corn whiskey. Seven generations later, brothers Steve and Paul Beam started their own chapter of the family history book as the proud Kentucky bourbon distillers behind Limestone Branch Distillery. You can taste that pride in every pour of our award-winning craft spirits.