Catoctin Creek Distilling Company
Catoctin Creek Distilling Company
Laura Hayes
Don Ciccio & Figli
Don Ciccio & Figli
Laura Hayes
Laura Hayes
Laura Hayes
Laura Hayes
Laura Hayes
Laura Hayes
Laura Hayes
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1. Catoctin Creek Distilling Company 120 W Main St, Purcellville, VA 20132

This local spot is a husband-and-wife-run distillery in Virginia’s wine country, producing organic (and kosher!) spirits in a setting you want to spend time in.

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2. Don Ciccio & Figli , Washington, DC

Don Ciccio & Figli is a producer of small batch Italian liquors with more history than you can handle. Founder Francesco Amodeo’s family began distilling on the Amalfi coast back in 1883. They operated for nearly 100 years before an earthquake destroyed everything in 1980. Francesco has revived operations right here in DC.

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3. One Eight Distilling 1135 Okie St NE, Washington, DC 20002

This spot in Northeast DC includes a 7,500 square foot production facility and dead sexy tasting room. Co-owners (and former college roommates) Sandy Wood and Alex Laufer named their distillery after Article One Section Eight of the Constitution, which provided for the establishment of a district to serve as the nation’s capital.

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4. New Columbia Distillers 1832 Fenwick St NE, Washington, DC 20002

New Columbia Distillers was the first distillery to open its doors in DC post-Prohibition. They've aptly named their signature product after a bootlegger rarely seen without his signature green felt fedora.