Touch it, see it, smell it, taste it, feel it.

Distillery of Modern Art (DoMA) is an experience unlike any other distillery in the world. It is a pretty lofty statement for a concept that will not be opening its doors until Fall 2021, but DoMA goes beyond what’s in the bottle. From the moment you take in the modern art gallery supporting local artists and installations, the bar area featuring cocktails from journeyed mixologists, or our 2800sq. ft. event space where you can create your own experience- you’ll see that what makes us different is that it’s not all about us; it’s about you. Creating a memorable experience with every sip, we’ve carefully curated every aspect of our distillery and, hence, our spirits. From the grains we’ve chosen to the art featured on our bottles and what’s in them- DoMA was created for you to appreciate, right now, in this moment.

Atlanta Distillery Interior


Favorite Spirit: Bourbon
Favorite Cocktail: Vieux Carre
Favorite Artist: Wassily Kandinsky
Favorite Quote: “Adapt or perish.” H.G. Wells
Favorite Book: On the Road – Jack Kerouac


Operations Manager
Favorite Spirit: Tequila
Favorite Cocktail: Margarita
Favorite Artists: Vincent Van Gogh and Georgia O’Keeffe
Favorite Quote: “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” President Theodore Roosevelt
Favorite Book: Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers


Director of Events
Favorite Spirit: Gin
Favorite Cocktail: French 75
Favorite Artist: Bruce Timm
Favorite Quote: “Where words fail, music speaks.” Hans Christian Anderson
Favorite Book: Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore


Head Distiller
Favorite Spirit: Rye Whiskey
Favorite Cocktail: Gin martini with blue cheese olives
Favorite Artist: N. C. Wyeth
Favorite Quote: “In a mad world, only the mad are sane.” Akira Kurosawa
Favorite Book: Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris


General Manager
Favorite Spirit: Rye Whiskey
Favorite Cocktail: Last word with mezcal
Favorite Work of Art: The Detroit Industry Murals by Diego Rivera
Favorite Quote: “As far as I can tell, your entire enterprise is little more than a solitary man with a messy apartment which may or may not contain a chicken.”
Favorite Book: Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe