At Ghost Coast Distillery, we are committed to excellence in every drop of spirit that we produce. Our 17,000 sf facility is home to a 500 gallon, American made, Vendome copper pot still and we are able to produce a wide array of unique, super-premium spirits. Under this roof we can age more than 900 barrels at any given time. We invite you to enjoy Ghost Coast Spirits, responsibly.
Ghost Coast Distillery embraces Savannah’s spirited and storied history – one of indulgence, light-hearted mischief, and jubilation. In 1734, General Oglethorpe banned liquor for 21 long years. In 1755, the floodgate was opened with fanfare and the citizens of Savannah have embraced free flowing spirits in the parks and on the streets ever since.
261 years later, Ghost Coast Distillery brings you Vodka 261. Made from Corn and Wheat, multi-distilled for smoothness and triple filtered, Vodka 261 is perfect in any vodka cocktail.
Vodka 261 Orange
Imagine a time in Savannah’s history, almost 300 years ago, when the scent of orange blossoms filled the air.
In 1734, The Trustee’s Garden was established to grow crops for export through the British Colonies. One of those crops was a mildly sweet, delicately tart version of orange.
Slightly sweet, with hints of orange blossom and perfect in your favorite cocktail, Vodka 261 Orange is a celebration of that time.
B & W Ginger Whiskey
To make Broughton & Whitaker Ginger Whiskey, we take some of our favorite barrels of bourbon from our ricks, and add a custom-made syrup from organic ginger by the wonderful folks at Verdant Kitchen. The ginger kick makes the whiskey great over ice, in a cocktail, or even as a flavorful shot.
B & W Honey Whiskey
Broughton & Whitaker Honey Whiskey starts by empting barrels of bourbon that have been resting in our aging room. To that we add just enough honey (from our dear friends at Savannah Bee Company) to add a touch of sweetness, without losing the whiskey’s bite.