This July brought changes to Florida’s craft distilling industry. New laws loosened regulations to allow more flexibility in person-to-person sales. But some distillers hope those changes are just the first step.
In a second floor office of a warehouse that used to produce electricity and store ice for St. Augustine’s, Phil McDaniel is rooting through a small cabinet.
“So this is,” he begins, “that’s some whiskey, you can see the color, I mean it’s amazing.”