From the historic, 119-year-old Paymaster building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard come these traditionally crafted, locally sourced, multiple award winning whiskey varieties. In a day when “locally crafted” spirits have become trendy, Kings County Distillery stands to remind you that, as the oldest whiskey distillery in New York City, it was doing it long before it was cool. With traditional copper stills crafted in Scotland and corn and barley grown on site, it is also a model of sustainability and tradition.
A corn whiskey made from 80% New York State organic corn and 20% Scottish malted barley. It is double distilled, and is most distinguishable from other unaged whiskeys in that it is smooth, and very drinkable, but not in the least lacking in intensity or character.