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Expect drinks like barrel-aged Manhattans, mint juleps, and moonshine punch, all made from booze distilled on premises.
Suddenly, New York is churning out more booze than Boardwalk Empire.
Whiskey in America: the book.
The fashion photographer hits Brooklyn's "oldest" distillery.
Plus, unlimited caviar and Champagne at FireBird; new farmstand for Staten Island, and more of today's leftovers.
The space opens to the public on Saturday.
The diminutive distillery has found a new, much larger a new home.
Home-distilled corn whiskey may not be legal, but at least it's stronger than home-brewed beer.
The Brooklyn bourbon producer needs to find a bigger location.
Dad would probably enjoy a bottle.
Tomorrow is your one pre–Kentucky Derby chance to stock up.
This is great news for all the locavore lushes on your holiday shopping list!
Plus: an American-Italian wine dinner at Tammaso's, and free whiskey tastings, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Kings County Distillery will also produce bourbon and whiskey.