1615 Clare Ave, West Palm Beach, FL
Steel Tie Spirits Co. is a wedding venue located in West Palm Beach, Florida. This family-owned distillery sports a blend of industrial-chic construction and rustic charm, creating a one-of-a-kind backdrop for a couple's big day. The indoor and open-air spaces, with versatile floor plans and attentive bar services, give soon-to-be-weds plenty of inspiration to host their big day. Facilities and Capacity Nestled in the Warehouse district, Steel Tie Spirits Co. can host various events, from romantic elopements to intimate receptions with up to 100 guests. Couples can create their event design on a 4,000-square-foot space on the main distilling floor. Polished copper, stainless steel vessels, and wooden barrels and fermentation tanks surround the space and create a visually rich setting for ceremonies and receptions. A large bar area stands adjacent to the event space, where up to 45 people can enjoy cocktail hour. As a pet-friendly venue, newlyweds will be welcome to incorporate their furry companion into their nuptial schedule. Parking is available onsite, with wheelchair accessibility and valet services to ensure each guest arrives on your big day safely. Services Offered The onsite team will handle the set-up and cleanup of your venue space to give you plenty of time to enjoy yourself with your friends and family. Chairs, tables, and other furniture and rentals are available in-house and can be arranged into any formation that a couple prefers. High-quality audio equipment is present throughout the space to make sure that a newlywed’s reception music reaches every attendee. Bartenders will be ready to provide cash, limited, and open bar services, including signature cocktails made from their selection of rum and vodka. History Steel Tie Spirits Co. was founded by the father-and-son team, Clint and Ben Etheridge. After creating their first batch of rum in 2012, they spent the following years honing their craft and expanding their knowledge with spirits. Their distillery’s home is now set in a historic 1920s building, made with St. Louis hand-laid brick and plenty of Old-School charm.