Previously a vacant Beachwear store, KBDG partnered with PMH Architects in converting the building into a distillery, emphasizing the prohibition era. Two large custom iron chandeliers, with the Twelve 33 logo, welcome guests into the tasting area. Distressed planks, rustic lighting, and copper still graphics on window films promote a nostalgic atmosphere. The tasting room boasts large glass window with stacked Whiskey barrels exposing two copper stills. A lounge seating area is highlighted by silent photo clips of various prohibition newsreels projected onto a nearby brick wall. A hidden doorway conceals a “Speakeasy” lounge that evokes a prohibition ambiance through the use of worn leathers and crystal lighting.
Location: Little River, SC