SPRING HILL, Fla. — Life on the farm often seems to move a little slower than life in a city, or so most people would say. But not for Natalie Goff, whose farm has plenty of lively animals.
What You Need To Know
- Natalie and Kevin Goff own NJoy Spirits Distillery
- They will show visitors around the property, which features animals and the distillery
- They also grow their own sugar cane on the farm
- They even will offer a sample of their spirits
“We have some chickens. They are Rhode Island Reds, so we have fresh eggs for folks — and two horses," Goff said of her Spring Hill home. "They’re quarter horses.”
That’s not the primary operation that keeps Goff and her husband, Kevin Goff, plenty busy, though.
The Goffs are the proud co-owners of their very own distillery, NJoy Spirits Distillery. Their operation opened in 2010, when they started making their Wild Buck Whiskey. They started growing their own sugar cane on the property in 2016.
Now their farm is a full-fledged operation, one that welcomes guests on the weekends to explore their little slice of heaven that sits miles deep into the Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area.
They’ll take you on tours through their fully operational distillery, where you’ll get a behind the scenes look at how it works. They’ll also take you around to the other scenic areas on the farm and even let you try a few samples.
It’s a trip way off the beaten path to a spot on the Nature Coast that the Goffs love to share with all who make the journey to NJoy.
NJoy distillery is only open for public tours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. A variety of unique events are held there, and musical guests perform throughout the year. The upcoming schedule can be found on a calendar on NJoy's website.
The site also features a map to NJoy Spirits Distillery.