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Old 4th Distillery

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54 reviews
|Recreation|Atlanta, GA 30312

487 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312

(844) 653-3687


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Old Fourth Distillery is the first of its kind in town after the Prohibition - in fact, it's the first legal still to be opened in Atlanta in over a century. It is the collaborative effort of brothers Craig and Jeff Moore, and their friends Gabe Pilato, Justin Gray and Andy Duvall. This vodka still will also produce gin and whiskey at a later stage. Spread across 2500 square feet (232.26 square meters), you can go on a tour of the facilities to learn how Old Fourth distills cane sugar into vodka, and even sample some of Old Fourth's product.

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54 reviews
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calibrand on Trip Advisor

5 months ago

02/21/2020, 01:56 AM
Wednesday night comedy here Every other Wednesday, there is a comedy showcase in the distillery- the comics perform on the loading dock! Cocktails are available, using all the fine spirits from O4W Distillery, and are all very tasty! The talent is mostly local amateurs, but we've seen some really funny people on the stage here. While I've not done the tour, I've been to these shows many times, and it's always a good time.
Chris B on Trip Advisor

5 months ago

02/09/2020, 00:30 AM
Fun and very nice service! Stopped by here on the way to MLK Park. Friendly staff and knowledgeable about distilling. I had the O4D Fashion. It was delicious and smooth. Gf had the spice of life. Bothe very good.
FamilyTraveler93 on Trip Advisor

a year ago

05/29/2019, 19:23 PM
Great Distillery Tour, right in city This was a great distillery tour, right in the center of the city, the smallest distillery I have ever seen, about the size of a city store. The tour was $10 and included 4 tastings. The bourbon was great, award-winning, they have limited quantities and plan on making more! Easy to park, but no parking lot.
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Ninazee on Trip Advisor

a year ago

04/27/2019, 08:24 AM
Great little distillery My husband and I have been on an adventures at home tour lately to get to know Atlanta better and this tour has been our favorite thing so far. My husband and I have toured many breweries over the years but I have never gone to a distillery. I was beyond ecstatic when I found out that Old 4th Distillery is located here in Atlanta and that we could tour it. So we went down last Friday for the 5p tour. Located on Edgewood Avenue, O4D is not far from Krog Street or the BeltLine so we walked down for the tour. We went to Lingering Shade for apps before so we had a little something in our bellies (a good idea!). While it may be small, it sure is mighty! Besides making vodka, they also make gin, bourbon and a lemon ginger liquor. The décor has a retro vibe to it and it is immaculate! They have volunteers come in to assist with the bottling process. Amanda gave a great tour which provided us with the history of the company (very interesting). The vodka and lemon ginger liquors were my fav. Of course, we couldn't leave without making a couple of purchases. There is limited parking up front. There are places to eat in O4W and lots of places in Krog Street Market and along the BeltLine which are so close by. The tour only cost $10 a person.
Venture465502 on Trip Advisor

a year ago

01/24/2019, 18:55 PM
Nice tour; alcohol included This tour was $10 each and we scheduled online. We got to hear how they started the distillery, costs involved and were told about the process while getting to smell the ingredients used and results between stages. Beautiful renovated building! We got to taste their four different alcohols - wish we had brought something to mix with because WoW straight alcohol (or add water) was hard for me! A fun hour!
Miotoni on Trip Advisor

2 years ago

11/17/2018, 05:35 AM
Best Beveraging What a great place! A very cool place to hang out and trying some amazing cocktails. Terrific spirits!
SDP40 on Trip Advisor

2 years ago

05/05/2018, 03:52 AM
Loved the tour - end spoiled by misrepresentative pricing on website I loved everything about this tour - Ben was great - information was plentiful and very informative and samples were great. However I booked online the $30 tour per person which included the full bottle of liquor as opposed to the $10 tour price which included samples and glass. We were charged the $10 plus tax at the beginning and a further $30 plus tax at the end for the bottles of liquor - which was not as advertised or booked. Despite apologies that they no longer did this - then why did they still offer this online - particularly as the owners apparently owned a tech company, No excuse or remedy offered. It really soured the whole experience for me. Enjoy the tour, just be careful to check what you book is what they are charging.
TreeAdventurers on Trip Advisor

3 years ago

01/08/2018, 08:56 AM
One of the best distillery tours We came here when visiting some friends in Atlanta. The tour is pretty quick and basic (if you’ve been on multi-liquor distillery tours before); the real highlight is the atmosphere and the tasting. We were given shot glasses (which we took home) and strong pours of vodka, gin, lawn dart, and partially aged whiskey (since their initial batches of whiskey are still completing the aging process). Their gin and vodka both stood out for their smooth, slightly sweet taste, and we left with a bottle of gin to take back to DC. The tour guide was great in describing the history of the distillery, it’s planned expansions, and the sourcing of ingredients for the alcohol, as well as discussing other fun things to do around Atlanta. We highly recommend this spot for anyone who likes liquor tastings, or is curious to learn about the process.
elbeekaa on Trip Advisor

3 years ago

10/12/2017, 23:06 PM
Cane-based Vodka and Friendly People We (three over 21) dropped in to check out the place and find out if we could buy their vodka right there. What a great time! Very casual: owner sitting in the window booth on his laptop (great office!), tour guide telling us the history and mechanics (really engineering!) of the distillery, offering samples of the bourbon (almost ready!) and Lawn Dart. I wanted the cane-based vodka to find compare the flavor with corn-based vodkas. The tour and friends were pleasant surprises! Want something to do off the beaten path and local? This is it!
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