Florida Distilleries – Grape and Whiskey

Featured Distilleries

Featured Distilleries

Where does all that wonderful liquor come from anyway?

The short answer: Distilleries

The simple definition of a distillery is a spot where liquor is manufactured. That sounds boring though, right? Wrong. If you have never gotten the chance to tour a distillery, then you simply must take the time to do so.

It is amazing to see where your favorite liquor is made and some of them even allow you to simple their liquor depending on the laws in the area. Yes, you must be 21 or older in the US. This is a great outing to do even with your family!

Local Distilleries

Alchemist Distillery

Big Cypress Distillery

Copper Bottom Craft Distillery

Cotherman Distilling Company

Drum Circle Distilling

Flagler Spirits

Florida Farm Distillers

Islamorada Distillery

Key West First Legal Rum Distillery

List Distillery

Loggerhead Distillery (opening 2019)

Rollins Distillery

Papa's Pilar Rum

St. Augustine Distillery

About the Area

Where do we start with Florida? Well there are well over 25 distilleries in the state and they are mostly grouped around the major cities with most of them on the outskirts of the city. Florida is also home to the Florida Distillers Guild.

It comes at no surprise that Florida is an amazing location to visit distilleries. You could bring an RV and stay or even camp at the various locations. Maybe even see Mickey while you're here! It is definitely worth your time checking the different areas out. In fact, our headquarters is located in South Florida and is one of the primary reasons this site got its start. Many of us in the office have personally visited most of the distillers in Florida as well. Feel free to ask us some questions about the distilleries in Florida or let us know about any we've missed and we will be sure to visit it as well! The demand was there and we took the time to make it happen for everyone. Be sure to frequently come back to this site as more and more of them are getting added each day. Tours typically last from 30 to 60 minutes per tour and they are well worth your time to check out the different ones. Each one has their own flavors and charm to experience.

What is even more awesome is that most distilleries offer free samples of their liquor when you go through a tour as well. The tours are extremely interesting and fun to do too. They aren't just there to sample the liquor that you're looking forward to but are actually very informative and you get to meet a lot of like-minded people usually that are also doing the tour.

Do you own or manage a Distillery that's not on our list? If so, be sure to add yourself to our list of distilleries!

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