In the spirit of Elmer (P-nut) Gardner, a local bootlegger who ran his operations on the site where we now sit (4201 Spruill Ave in North Charleston), we are offering convenient curbside bottle pickup through our onsite Airstream bar in front of the distillery. Instead of sliding cash through the back door, customers are encouraged to swipe their credit cards at our walk-up window (Our modern take on bootlegging!).
Purchases are limited to up to three bottles per person per day (credit/debit cards only). Customers who purchase three bottles will also receive a voucher for two free tours and tastings at a future date ($20 value, and something to look forward to!).
We will have 10 of our most popular bottles for sale:
Lowcountry Lemonade (Only available at the distillery!)
Sweet Tea Vodka
Ruby Red Vodka
White Lightning Moonshine
Apple Pie Moonshine
Whiskey Jam Blackberry
Whiskey Jam Whiskey
Distillery Expressions Bourbon
In addition, customers who purchase a $50 gift certificate for use at a future date will receive two free shot glasses!
Although we are canceling our live music on Saturdays until further notice, we are still supporting our local food trucks by inviting them to join us to provide to-go orders. Jonny Poppers will be onsite this Saturday and will be offering call in and text to-go orders as well. The full schedule will be posted on our website.
From our Firefly family to yours, we welcome you to stop on by, take advantage of this convenient option and have something to look forward to when we reopen the distillery for visitors! We thank you for the support during this uncertain time, and want to do what’s best for the entire community.
– The Firefly Distillery Team
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