Bully Boy Distillers
Bully Boy is a small batch distiller in Boston. The market an award-winning white rum, a Boston rum, vodka, award-winning white whiskey, and an American straight whiskey.
Triple Eight Distillery
This shared venture by Cisco Brewers and Nantucket Vineyards dates all the way back to 1997, making it the oldest working distillery in Massachusetts. They produce five kinds of vodka and flavored vodka, gin, rum, liquers, bourbon and a single malt whiskey.
Damnation Alley Distillery
Damnation Alley Distillery opened up shop in 2011. The distillery makes three types of vodka, one of which is flavored. They produce three white whiskeys; barley, wheat and a house whiskey made from barley, corn, rye and wheat. In addition, puts out aged (3-6 months) bourbons, ryes and single malts.
An ancestor of the distillery’s founder was a merchant and rum distiller. Keeping with family tradition, they focus on rum. There’s an American amber rum, an award-winning silver rum and a gin.
Nashoba Valley Spirits
Part of the Nashoba Valley Winery and fruit orchards, this distillery puts out specialties like apple pear, peach and cherry brandies. It also whips up vodka, single malt whiskey, grappa, gin and a cognac-type spirit.
Grandten in South Boston makes small batch gin, vodka and Irish whiskey along with a handful of liqueurs.
Ryan and Wood Distilleries
Ryan and Wood produce an oak-aged rum. In addition, they make a vodka, gin and a rye whiskey.
Turkey Shore Distilleries
Keeping with the North Shore’s roots in the rum trade (including in name), Turkey Shore offers an assortment of (mostly award-winning) rums, from white to amber and spiced rum.
Berkshire Mountain Distilleries
Around since 2007, Berkshire Mountain makes rum, vodka, and gin (all of which are award-winning), a limited edition gin, a bourbon and a New England corn whiskey. Completely unrelated, founder/Owner/Distiller Chris Weld is the nephew of former Massachusetts Governor William Weld.