Buffalo Distilling Company

Makers of One Foot Cock Bourbon - Moonshine - Apple Brandy - Vodka & Krupnik

Welcome to Buffalo NY's first and finest Bourbon, Krupnik, Vodka and Brandy Distillery!

The Makers of One Foot Cock Fine Spirits -We are a true New York State Farm Distillery - 100% local grain to glass (100% local apples make our Brandy)

New Cocktail Bar & Tasting Room Hours including: Tastings, Tours, OneFootCocktails, Kitchen & Retail

Wednesday through Friday 4-11pm

Saturdays 12 noon-11pm

In the years following prohibition, New York whiskey-makers were forced to head to the hills - 100 years later, we have returned to the City.

Buffalo Distilling Company is a New York State Farm Distillery with roots dating back to 1883 and is now Buffalo's first Bourbon distillery. Located in the Larkinville neighborhood of Buffalo, NY we are using local corn, rye, wheat, barley and apples to craft our spirits - grain & juice to glass.

At Buffalo Distilling Co we are proud to create the finest hand-crafted, small-batch Bourbon, Moonshine, Apple Brandy and Vodka in perfect harmony with Western New York's rich agricultural heritage.

Our new Distillery and Cocktail Bar in the former Duchmann & Sons Carriage Mfg building opened in March. Located at 860 Seneca St in Buffalo's Larkinville, the 1890 Duchmann building is a stunning brick reminder of Buffalo's incredible industrial past.

Krupnik Release and Polka Party Saturday May 19th

Join us Saturday May 19th for the official release of One Foot Cock Krupnik Batch no.3!

We are preselling 200 Bottles of Krupnik (750ml only for presale) now until the party and will have both 750ml ($34) and 375ml ($18) bottles available at the party. For pre-sale you must stop by the Distillery in person - limit 2 per person please.

One Foot Cock Krupnik Shirts will also be available.

Live Polka Music from 3-6pm featuring Buffalo's own Special Delivery.

Our menu will feature Ru's Pierogis and Kielbasa

Thank you to everyone that made the release of Buffalo's first Krupnik a success this past Dyngus Day!