We believe that this is God’s earth and that it’s our duty to take care of it. We believe we are here to follow Christ’s example and let love and kindness guide our steps.
Welcome to the farm
Doc Brown Farm & Distillers is a family-owned and family-run business based in Senoia, Georgia. We’re a small batch, craft distiller making premium liquors the old way using heirloom grains grown on the farm and Blue Ridge Mountain spring water.
Our farm is at the heart of everything we do. We till the soil, nurture the grain and harvest it ourselves – for the bottle and for the table. This farm and the way of life are part of our heritage going back to 1816 and it’s our job to preserve that, share its bounty and pass it on to new generations in the future.
We’re blessed to be in the beautiful Georgia countryside, but it ain’t always easy.
Growing heirloom grain means we need to get things just right or we might just lose the crop. The weather can turn bad… and can someone tell us why machines break down right around harvest time?
But that’s all part of the game.
We love a challenge, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. You’re welcome to drop by, look around and pick up a bottle of our premium bourbon, when it’s ready.
Meet our founders
The family team behind Doc Brown Farm & Distillers
Paige Dockweiler was born into a farming family in South Georgia as her father managed large plantations growing soybeans, watermelons, cotton and corn. After earning her nursing degree at the University of Georgia, Paige pursued a successful career specializing in oncology and hematology. She’s the ‘Doc’ in Doc Brown.
Amy Brown comes from a big family with a long farming heritage and has had a successful career as a mortgage investment banker, raising two sons. She traded in her suits and heels for jeans and boots and manages the farm full time. The Doc Brown farm is a family legacy passed down to Amy and she is keeping the tradition alive.
Daniel Williams is Amy’s oldest son and has always loved working on the family farm. As a teenager, he worked on the farm to pay for flying lessons and eventually became a successful commercial pilot working for UPS. As much as he enjoys flying, the grounded feeling he gets when he’s out in the fields raising corn is why he does it.
“All three of us love the earth, the soil and the challenges of growing specialty crops. We also enjoy a good sip of Bourbon, sitting by the fire, under the stars, after a long day’s work.”
We love working together as a family, even on the tough days, when everything is going wrong. The farming heritage has been handed down to us and we feel it’s our duty to nurture it and create something new for future generations.
Yep, we’re a little bit old school. We choose traditional farming and distilling techniques and always try to do the right things. If that means it takes us a little longer, so be it. We’ll take quality over speed every single time.