King’s County Distillery Adds Bourbon to Its Boozy Offerings

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One year ago, we announced the advent of Brooklyn-made moonshine, and now we hear wind that King’s County Distillery has begun selling bourbon, too. You’ll have to take a trip on the L train to get it, however: The spirit — which (according to a press release) costs $23 for a 200-milliliter bottle and is “sweet, with a balanced oak flavor,” plus “notes of clove, cinnamon, and caramel” — is only available at the company’s Williamsburg facility. However, good news on that front, too! For the next three weekends, King’s will offer distillery tours on the hour between 1 and 5 p.m., and will also be open for tastings and sales. If you’ve run out of moonshine (which, unlike the bourbon, is also available at these liquor stores), you can stock up on that, as well. It’s $35 for a 375-milliliter bottle and $20 for a 200-milliliter bottle, the latter being the perfect size for stuffing in a holiday stocking.

King’s County Distillery Adds Bourbon to Its Boozy Offerings