ALBANY --- The Albany Distilling Company, Inc. (“ADCo”), Albany’s first licensed distillery since the beginning of Prohibition, has announced it will open a second location in Troy, becoming the first licensed distilling company to operate in the City of Troy.
The second location, which will be designated as a ‘branch office’ per state regulations with farm distillers, is located at 57 Third Street adjacent to Takk House.
“Albany Distilling is thrilled at expanding our physical footprint into the Collar City. Troy’s location along the Hudson, the growing number of bars, restaurants, and retailers coming into Downtown Troy, and the excitement that’s taking place here is something we're looking forward to being a part of,” said John Curtin, owner.
Hours of operations and events will be announced in the coming weeks. The location will formally open on after the Troy Pig Out.
Primary distilling operations will continue to take place at ADCo’s main production facility in Albany.
Additional company and product information can be found online at AlbanyDistilling.com, on Facebook (fb.com/albanydistilling), on Instagram (@albanydistillingco), and on Twitter (@AlbDistCo). Tours and tastings are on Thursdays from and Saturdays from
About ADCo: The Albany Distilling Company, Inc. (“ADCo”) is the first licensed distillery in Albany, N.Y. since the beginning of Prohibition. ADCo was co-founded and is co-owned by John Curtin and Richard Sicari. ADCo’s main production facility is located at 78 Montgomery St. in Downtown Albany, just a short distance away from location of Albany’s first distillery which was established in the mid-eighteenth century. ADCo’s owners are passionate for craft distilling and proud to celebrate Albany’s history through their craft. AlbanyDistilling.com