South Florida Distilleries

Home to sixteen (16) distilleries, South Florida has more local spirit-makers than any other region in the state. South Florida, including Ft. Lauderdale, Miami and Key West, is most known for rum - which is fitting given the area's rum-running history with Cuba. Four of these regional rum makers use Florida sugar cane. 

Planning your visit. Whether or not the following icons are present under Features, you will know whether a given distillery offers:
| | Distillery Tours  | | Spirit Samples or Tastings  |  | Bottle Sales On-Site | | Distribution (available in stores)  
| | Retail Merchandise  | | Spirits made from FL ingredients (Sugar cane, Rye, Oranges)  | | Pet Friendly

What types of spirits do they distill?  |R| Rum, |V| Vodka, |W| Whiskey (Bourbon or Rye), |M| Moonshine Whiskey, |G| Gin, |T| Tequila

Distillers in South Florida

Distillery Name City Features Spirits More Info
Alchemist Distilleries Miami   W
Balt Vodka Miami     V
Big Cypress Distillery Miami     W, G, R
Black Coral Rum Riviera Beach       R
Citrus Distillers Riviera Beach   W, R, G, V, T
Islamorada Distilling Islamorada       R, G, V
Key West Distilling Key West / Stock Island
R, G, V
Key West First Legal Rum Distillery Key West     R
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Distillery Name City Features Spirits More Info
Lost Harbour Spirits West Palm Beach   V, R
Miami Club Rum Miami     R
Oak and Cane Ft. Lauderdale     R
Papa's Pilar Rum Key West     R
Shady Distillery Ft. Lauderdale       V
South Florida Distillers Ft. Lauderdale         R
Victor George Vodka Ft. Lauderdale     V
Ziami Rum Hollywood             R

Please check the distillery's website or consider calling before your visit. Here's why: Tours may be at set times or by appointment only. Tastings may or may not be free and may require advanced scheduling for groups; Depending on the distillery, they may or may not sell bottles on premises and, due to state laws, there is a limit to the number of bottles you can purchase per year.