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Tasting Room + Bar + Gift Shop

Hours

Wednesday - Saturday: 12:00PM - 7:00PM

Sunday: 1:00PM - 6:00PM

Closed:  Monday & Tuesday

We are CLOSED Sunday, September 1st

Location

4834 NC Hwy. 50 South

Benson, NC 27504

Tasting Room Phone Number

919-207-1366

Visiting Johnston County, NC?

 

Come see us and tour North Carolina's first farm distillery! During our approximately 1 hour tour, visitors will learn about our all natural, handcrafted premium products, how and why we make them, and receive a free shot glass and tasting of our products. Tour cost is $15.  During your visit, you can visit our bar and order up a glass of wine, a beer, or a mixed beverage!

Tasting + Tours

We offer tastings during all operating hours.
Tours (with tastings) are Fridays and Saturdays 12PM, 2PM & 4PM

NOTE:  If you purchase a deal from Groupon, do not try to book your reservation above! Please, just bring your voucher in at one of our scheduled tour times to redeem it!  You do not have to schedule your tour time-just come!

IMPORTANT: To ensure your place on a tour, click the Book online now link below to reserve your spot!  Tickets are non-refundable, however, they are transferable. You may transfer your tour time up until 24 hours before your scheduled tour. 

Visitors must be 21 to taste and ID’s will be checked. Children are welcome to join you, but they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

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Private Group Tours

Reservations are available for groups of 10 or more on a flexible schedule and at a reduced rate. Contact us for more information!

In the early 1800's, whiskey production was a common means of supplementing farm income. Self-sufficient individuals converted their home-grown grains into a liquid commodity. Competition honed the skills of these rural distillers who strove to create a demand for their own special whiskeys.

Genuine History

Savor the Taste of

Prohibition made the trade illegal and forced many out of production. More daring and industrious entrepreneurs practiced their trade in hidden locations, often late at night, tending their stills and delivering product by the light of the southern moon to avoid detection - a practice which resulted in its infamous "Moonshine" nickname. It would be rare to overhear a conversation about the moonshine legacy of rural North Carolina without the mention of "Broadslab," the infamous Moonshine Capital of Johnston County. Broadslab has been home to my family for many generations, and is deservedly the namesake of our distillery.

Nearly 150 years and the skills, knowledge, and techniques of five generations of whiskey makers - beginning with my Great-Great Grandfather back in the late 1800s - have gone into perfecting the corn whiskeys we produce.

While some distilleries purchase commercially available grain alcohol, which they simply bottle, label and sell, we create authentic, artisan crafted, products that build reputations, create legends, and endure time and trials through taste and quality.

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