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A return to distilling
in Brooklyn.


The earliest distilleries in Brooklyn date back to the 1700’s. During Prohibition there were over 50,000 illicit stills in New York City. Since Prohibition however, the ethereal perfumes of distillation have been largely absent…until now.

The New York Distilling Company builds on this dream by establishing one of the nation’s premiere craft distilleries. 

And the product? Oh, it’s very, very good. The Dorothy Parker is citrusy and floral; Perry’s Tot is spicy and intense.
— Steven Stern, The New York Times