Fort Hamilton Distillery Tour & Tasting

Fort Hamilton Distillery Tour & Tasting

Tour Highlights

  • Taste whiskey straight from the still and barrel then make your own bottle!
  • Guided tasting of the distillery’s gin and whiskey expressions, as well as their Barrel Aged Maple Syrup.
  • Discover the fascinating history of Rye, America’s original whiskey.
  • Learn what it takes to start a craft distillery & capture the ins and outs of whiskey production & barrel aging.
  • $25 per person with the code UNTAPPEDNY ($5 off the $30 normal price)

About Fort Hamilton Distillery:

Based in Brooklyn and surrounded by landmarks of the Revolutionary War, Fort Hamilton Distillery started barreling whiskey in 2016.

On a mission to recapture America’s finest spirits, they celebrate America’s original whiskey style, New York Rye. This style was the most popular libation in America pre-prohibition and serves as the base for the most discerning classic American cocktails.

Fort Hamilton Rye Whiskey is distilled purely from rye grain, malted barley, yeast & water in a traditional New York-style with zero corn in the mash bill. It is barreled at a low proof & always non-chill filtered to achieve a beautifully balanced, bold, rich & round rye whiskey expression.

Distilled from honest ingredients without the addition of flavoring or coloring, Fort Hamilton is equally at home neat or on the rocks as it is in a deeply authentic Old Fashioned or Manhattan.

Cocktails and bottles available for purchase in the tasting room after the tour.

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