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A Distillery is Coming to Old Fourth Ward

September 26,2013

f all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”

- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2013/09/23/old-fourth-distillery-to-bring-craft-vodka-and-gin-to-atlanta#sthash.B8l77IPj.dpuff all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”
- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2013/09/23/old-fourth-distillery-to-bring-craft-vodka-and-gin-to-atlanta#sthash.B8l77IPj.dpuff all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”
- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2013/09/23/old-fourth-distillery-to-bring-craft-vodka-and-gin-to-atlanta#sthash.B8l77IPj.dpuf

f all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”

- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2013/09/23/old-fourth-distillery-to-bring-craft-vodka-and-gin-to-atlanta#sthash.B8l77IPj.dpuff all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”f all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”
- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2013/09/23/old-fourth-distillery-to-bring-craft-vodka-and-gin-to-atlanta#sthash.B8l77IPj.dpuf

f all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”

- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2013/09/23/old-fourth-distillery-to-bring-craft-vodka-and-gin-to-atlanta#sthash.B8l77IPj.dpuff all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”
- See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/covereddish/2013/09/23/old-fourth-distillery-to-bring-craft-vodka-and-gin-to-atlanta#sthash.B8l77IPj.dpuf

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If all goes according to plan, Atlanta’s first distillery since Prohibition will open next May. Brothers Jeff and Craig Moore—who own a technology company, as well as several real estate properties—have secured a twenty-year lease on a 2,500-square-foot building, 487 Edgewood Avenue, in the Old Fourth Ward. There, they plan to distill vodka, gin, and, eventually, whiskey.

Old Fourth Distillery, as it will be called, will offer tours and tastings a couple of times a week and sell its alcohol to restaurants and retail stores. Though the tour and tasting details have not been worked out, Jeff says they will likely require a nominal fee, similar to that at SweetWater Brewing Co.

“For years some friends and I have had this idea of making our own liquor,” Jeff says. “I have a garage where we hang out and have these parties, and occasionally brewers come in to brew beer for the parties. It was the natural progression to make alcohol ourselves.”