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With 35,000 Acres of protected watershed in the Appalachian foothills, Newark New Jersey had by 1920, 26 operational breweries. These breweries, supplied with amazing water and driven by the passion (and thirst) of multiple generations of British, Scottish, Irish, and German immigrants made the most popular beers in the US. Today none of these breweries remain. Inspired by these lost enterprises All Points West Distillery, in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood brings back alcohol beverage production to Newark. Using the colloquial name of the old Jersey Central Railroad that connected the Atlantic Ocean ports of New Jersey to the rest of the continent, All Points West Distillery offers a distinct Trans-Atlantic take on the main cereal grain spirits, Gin, Vodka, Rum and Whiskey.
Home of North America’s first rum distillery, Kill Van Kull is the narrow waterway connecting New York and Newark bays. Starting in 1664, the rum distilled on Kill Van Kull used an early type of molasses made before the invention of industrial centrifuges. This molasses had more sugar, and more plant matter ‘scummings’, resulting in more flavor. As sugar making techniques grew more industrial the available molasses decreased in quality. All Points West Kill Van Kull Single Pot Still Rum recreates a richer molasses and makes the most flavorful rum distilled in the Mid-Atlantic today. Distilled from original fermentation and aged under one roof in Newark, NJ.