Coronavirus Update
In compliance with state and local mandates, Kings County Distillery is currently closed to visitors indefinitely, both for tours and at our Gatehouse tasting room. Cancelled tours will be refunded through April 15th or by request. Bottle purchases for onsite pickup can be arranged by appointment, please email or call 347.689.4211 for further details. We will continue to distill whiskey and deliver to both New York accounts and nationwide distributors and our office is reachable during business hours by phone or email.

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

Tasting Room Hours
Monday – Saturday: 2–8pm
Sunday: 12–8pm
Please check our social media channels for any last minute hours changes.


We occupy three historic 19th-century buildings in the Navy Yard, built for industrial purposes which offer modern challenges to customers with disability or mobility constraints. We offer tours which can be routed best so as to minimize walking and stairs. Please contact us for arrangements for mobility or any other impairments and we will work to accommodate all guests, but unfortunately at this time, we are not wheelchair accessible.
Please also note we do not offer tours in any other language other than English.

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—and be advised there is no visitor parking inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard, though street parking is not especially difficult for Brooklyn.

Closest subways are A/C at High Street and the F at York 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.