Visiting

Visiting Kings County
The Gatehouses, our tasting room at the entrance of the Brooklyn Navy Yard (299 Sands Street), is open for tastings, retail sales, and information. You can find a current menu here.

The Gatehouses will be closed on Friday, September 15th for a private event.

Tasting Room Hours
Monday: 10am-6pm
Tuesday – Friday: 10am–10pm
Saturday: noon–10pm
Sunday: noon–8pm

Tours
We conduct tours Tuesday through Sunday at 3pm and 5pm and on Saturday every half hour from 2pm–5pm with the last tour leaving at 5pm.

Upcoming Schedule Change
Starting September 2nd, Saturday tours will go out every half hour from 1pm–4pm with the last tour leaving at 4pm.

Surf Lesson

Reservations for weekday tours are recommended and can be pre-purchased above. Tours are $14 and include a tasting and admission to the Boozeum. Tours last 45 mins to an hour and cover the history, culture, and science of distilling whiskey.  Private tours and/or guided tastings are also available starting at $250—for more on special tours and classes, see the events page.

We also partner with several other Brooklyn institutions to offer semi-regular tours, such as the Whiskey Wars Factory Tours with BLDG92, Dead Distiller Tours with Green-Wood Cemetery, and the Grain to Grape Tour with Rooftop Reds, among others.

Directions

The Gatehouses are located at the corner of Sands Street and Navy Street (use 299 Sands St. in mapping software) on the Dumbo side of the Navy Yard. For visitors coming on tours, please check in at the Gatehouses for directions as the tour route may change on busy days. Be prepared to show ID to enter the Navy Yard, which is otherwise closed to the public. Closest subways are A/C at High Street and the F at York Street. Parking is limited on weekdays, but free inside the Navy Yard for visitors to the distillery in the lot past the building on Perry Ave at Fourth Street. Guests walking over the Brooklyn Bridge should take the left fork entering Brooklyn, walk east on Prospect Ave and follow the plaza to Sands Street under the Manhattan Bridge.