Old Fourth Distillery

Old Fourth Distillery is Atlanta’s first legal distillery since 1906. Located in the heart of the historic Old 4th Ward, their state-of-the-art facility blends cutting edge technology with old world tradition to produce the finest spirits possible from regional, sustainable sources.

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Old Fourth gin is distilled from organic Italian wheat and vapor infused with fresh botanicals. A dry neutral base lets the botanicals shine through. They use locally sourced ingredients for their traditional Gin with a twist. It starts with Juniper berries, Grapefruit, Lemon & Orange Peel, followed by Cardamom, Pink Peppercorn, Angelica root and Coriander. It is distilled to 94 proof for a bolder experience.

United Distributors is very excited to distribute this one-of-a-kind Southern Dry Gin.


We start with regionally grown sugar cane, a minimally refined turbinado. Our choice for this as our base was made for several reasons: it is non-GMO, renewable, environmentally sound, gluten and pesticide free. Also, because we are located in an urban area, we needed something we could convert to alcohol with no waste. Our only by-product is pure distilled water.

We process our vodka through our state-of-the-art CARL still. CARL has been manufacturing distillation equipment for 130 years. Distilling our spirit 3 times gives us a neutral vodka with a hint of sweetness.


We begin with our cane sugar vodka base and vapor-infuse it with fresh lemon peel, fresh organic cold-pressed ginger juice, and the slightest hint of sweetness from the same sugar from which our vodka is made. We call it Lawn Dart because it’s just a little bit dangerous and a whole lot of fun!


This straight whiskey; unfiltered, bottled from a single barrel, limited to a 2019 release of 75 barrels and made from a traditional mash bill. It’s complex taste of chocolate, sappy oak, harvest corn. Hints of fruit.

Bottled-in-bond and is the product of one distillation by one distiller at one distillery. It must have been aged in a federally bonded warehouse under U.S. government supervision for at least four years and bottled at 100 (U.S.) proof (50% alcohol by volume).