Learn about Brooklyn's distilling history with a trolley tour through Green-Wood Cemetery and a trip to Kings County Distillery.
An ode to the feline residents of local shops, 'The Shop Cats of New York' features over 40 cats with personality-filled portraits and in-depth bios of many of the pampered creatures.
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In the spirit of farm-to-table cuisine, Brooklyners are now discovering distillery-to-glass imbibing, taking advantage of the explosion of local entrepreneurs plying their wares in local stores and speakeasies. Here are some Kings County spirits worth sampling.
Breuckelen Distilling (Park Slope) began distilling gin and whiskey in 2010 and has quickly catapulted to the top of many lists of new distillers. The distillery mostly uses organic grains from a farm near Newfield, New York. Rosemary, lemon, ginger, and grapefruit accompany the juniper berries in the distillery’s Glorious Gin.
Breukelen Distilling photo via Facebook.