Tommyrotter Distillery opened its doors in July 2015 inside Five Hundred Seneca, a dynamic mixed use development located in Buffalo’s Hydraulics District.
The distillery produces vodka, gin and whiskey. They distill, bottle, label and package all of their products on the 2,700-square foot production floor. The transformation included knocking down part of a brick wall to make way for a staircase from the mezzanine tasting room to the production space. They’ve also included a large window looking out over the production floor.
Up top at the street level, visitors are greeted by a tasting room that also seconds as a retail product showroom. From the tasting room, a staircase leads down to the distillery, where there is also plenty of room for events, such as the one that was held last evening. The medium-sized production floor also allows room for expansion, as does a connecting hallway that leads to more room for room for growth as the owners look to expand to additional markets. Down the road, expect to be able to take tours of the distillery while learning more about the process and the history of the industry.
|Tommyrotter Distillery||Buffalo, NY||2015||-|
|2,700 SQFT||Distillery||Tasting Room|