Upon opening in East Williamsburg in 2010, Kings County Distillery (63 Flushing Avenue) became the city's first post-Prohibition distillery. Although co-founder and master distiller Colin Spoelman could trace his roots back to the land of bourbon, he was clearly influenced by the single-malt tradition. Copper stills were imported from Scotland, and malted barley played heavily in the mash bill of his whiskey. After four years of steady growth -- and a relocation to a larger facility in the Brooklyn Navy Yard -- Kings County readies itself for an added infusion of scotch-like flavors to its lineup. Spoelman discussed details with the Village Voice.