Southwest Spirit Magazine has an excellent review of "micro" distelleries across the US - see bottom of article for full list
"In 2000, there were fewer than 30 craft distilleries in the U.S. Though that number has swelled exponentially in the past 12 years, Kinstlick believes it’s only the beginning. “It’s been a bootstrap industry so far,” he says. “Most of the people who have entered the market have no distilling experience at all. They’re hobbyists who might have played around with a stovetop still or taken a distilling course and then bought a bigger rig and got licensed.” The next wave, Kinstlick predicts, will take place when employees of fledgling distilleries leave to establish their own operations. Which is not to say that it’s easy. Gathering funds, acquiring the proper permits, perfecting recipes, and navigating complex channels of distribution often takes years. And if you’re a purist like Dan Garrison, you don’t skimp. Or rush. "