The days of a distillery as a factory are gone. Good riddance. With the current boom in craft spirits distilleries one of the first questions for any new distillery is, “How important is tourism? The answer – Very Important.” New distilleries count on creating a great visitor experience as a part of their business model. Choosing the right architect with experience in distillery fire codes, mechanical codes, municipal and city building codes is more important than ever.

Briggs of Burton - Your One Stop Shop for Distillery Engineering and Equipment Worldwide
Briggs of Burton
Are you looking for a ‘one stop’ shop for equipment and engineering to expand your existing distillery or to […]
Joseph & Joseph + Bravura Architects - Architecture, Interiors, Master Planning since 1908, Distillery Architects
Joseph & Joseph + Bravura Architects
Joseph & Joseph + Bravura Architects has been designing bourbon distilleries for 100+ years. Today is no […]
Luckett and Farley - Specializing in architecture, engineering, construction management & interior design.
Luckett & Farley
Luckett & Farley has been the architectural and engineering firm of choice by such distilleries as Jack D […]
OPA Design Studio - Distillery Designers, Planners & Architects, 7010 Easy Wind Drive, Suite 200, Austin, Texas 78752
OPA Design Studio
Established in 2008 in Austin, Texas, OPA Design Studio is an architectural firm uniquely focused in planning […]
VITOK Engineers - Engineers on More Than 300 Distillery Projects
VITOK Engineers
VITOK Engineers provides engineering solutions for batch distillation in craft distilleries and continuous pr […]