Toronto’s newest centre for arts, culture, food and entertainment. This national historic site includes 44 heritage buildings and numerous brick-lined courtyards. Explore the district’s many restaurants, art galleries, artisan boutiques, specialty retail stores and more. https://www.seetorontonow.com/listings/distillery-historic-district-the/
The combination of Hensol Castle which is steeped in history together with the modern vibes and fun nature of small-batch craft gin creates a truly distinctive experience, especially with the odd tipple or two included.
The 90-minute gin tour experience includes a delicious G&T on arrival before learning all about the history of Hensol Castle, the origins of gin, the wonders of botanicals and the distilling process, plus a tutored gin tasting in our bar to finish off.
Our gin-making experience is perfect for any gin lover, as it gives you the chance to distil your own unique bottle of the delicious spirit. So whether you come on your own or with friends you can be assured to be with others who love their gin too. https://www.visitcardiff.com/highlights/hensol-castle-distillery/
Redsmith Distillery is the only gin maker and distillery in the City of Nottingham. Come to the creative heart of the city and meet Jenny the Redsmith still No.1. At the heart of every distillery is the still itself where the spirits are created. The Redsmith still named Jenny was designed and built in Nottingham by Redsmith founder Wayne Asher. Just in case you are wondering, why Redsmith? Redsmith is another name for a coppersmith and a fair amount of coppersmithing went into building Jenny.
Learn about gin and how it is made whilst tasting the multi-award-winning Redsmith London Dry Gin as well as other fabulous gin expressions created at this tiny micro-distillery.
Owing to the boutique nature of the distillery the team at Redsmith's can only host up to seven guests at any one time. https://www.visit-nottinghamshire.co.uk/things-to-do/redsmith-distillery-p772461
Black Fox Farm and Distillery is a beautiful cut flower farm and distillery. The main farm produces cut flowers during summer months. The distillery uses the ingredients frown on the farm to produce award winning Gin, Liqueurs and Vodka.
Black Fox Farm spirits are crafted in a traditional manner, while pushing the boundaries of creativity with different grains and flavours. Few distillers combine the passion for agriculture with the skill of distilling. 90% of its ingredients grows right here on the farm. All spirits sold under Black Fox Farm name have been fermented and distilled by this company. This is quite rare in the world of micro distilleries allowing Black fox Farm to craft spirits of the absolute highest quality. http://blackfoxfarmanddistillery.com/
Tartu is the birthplace of beer brewing in Estonia and it has been a beer city for almost 1,000 years.
A beer museum was opened on the territory of the A. Le Coq Brewery in 2003 to introduce the history of industrial beer brewing. It also provides the most thorough overview of the history of beer in Estonia, its culture, and origin story. Almost 2,000 items are exhibited in the malt tower built in 1898, including an original bottle of Imperial Extra Double Stout from the year 1869.
All museum visits end at the museum pub, where guests can sample A. Le Coq’s beverages. https://www.visitestonia.com/en/a-le-coq-beer-museum
Black Friars Distillery, the working home of Plymouth Gin since 1793, is the oldest working gin distillery in England and is situated in the heart of the historic port city of Plymouth.
The building dates back to the early 1400s with the oldest part of the building – the Refectory, a medieval hall with a fine hull-shaped timber roof, dating back to 1431.
Take a guided tour and learn about the art of making the world-famous Plymouth Gin, enjoy a tutored tasting of the range and then relax in the Refectory cocktail lounge – the ultimate place to enjoy a cocktail and where the Pilgrims are said to have spent their last night before setting sail in the Mayflower to the New World. https://www.visitplymouth.co.uk/things-to-do/plymouth-gin-distillery-p241563
Bruichladdich is living proof that the traditional whisky regions of Scotland make no sense. Built in 1881 when puffer-supplied coal was available as an alternative fuel to local peat, it is likely that Bruichladdich was specifically designed to produce the purest unpeated spirit possible. The great Alfred Barnard supports this view with a tantalising clue – the Laddie is the only distillery on Islay that he does not describe as drying its malt using peat in his fascinating exploration of the island’s distilleries in 1885 https://www.bruichladdich.com/