Set in an 1899 block working in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, this refinery utilizes New York grain to make some strong smooth art spirits. Please a 45-minute guided visit (advance booking suggested) for a glance at the refining procedure and a tasting, with somewhat of a history tossed in – the nineteenth-century Whiskey Wars, which emitted in close by Vinegar Hill, crushed Brooklyn. Regardless of whether you join the visit, the environmental bar-tasting room pours flights and shakes mixed drinks.
Lords County Distillery produces whiskey (matured in burned, American oak barrels), homebrew (made of 80% corn, and not close to as undrinkable as the name would infer) and constrained version occasional assortments like winter-flavor bourbon. A few imbibers likewise make the most of KCD’s chocolate bourbon, injected with cacao-bean husks from the neighboring Mast Brothers Chocolate processing plant.