The dream and challenge of creating a functioning distillery in urban New York is nothing new. The earliest distilleries in Brooklyn, for example, date back to the 1700′s. During Prohibition, there were supposedly over 50,000 illicit stills in New York City (a one-gallon still costing $6 dollars at most local hardware stores) to quench the citizens’ thirst as much as the hooch that was smuggled across borders. Since Prohibition however the ethereal perfumes of distillation have largely been absent. Visit the New York Distilling Company website.
New York Distilling Company Dorothy Parker American Gin
In an age of restless brilliance, Dorothy Parker was a singular sensation. A new Yorker at heart, her national celebrity sprang from her sharp, biting humor and widely quoted quips. Regularly seated at the famed Algonquin Round Table, she occupied the city's cultural and intellectual center stage. An iconic enthusiast ... more
New York Distilling Company Perry's Tot Gin
This original Navy Strength Gin - at 57% ABV - is the historical proof at which gunpowder might still be fired should it unfortunately be soaked by spilled spirit. 'Tot', a British measurement for alcohol, gives nod to Navy Strengths roots. Aromatic and smooth, Perry's is ideal for the gin ... more
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