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Ludlow Distillery @ Ludlow Farmshop

Ludlow Distillery @ Ludlow Farmshop

07592 621 608
Event Start :
Dec 1st 2023 3:00pm
Event End :
Dec 1st 2023 6:00pm

Ludlow Distillery Gin School Experience

Ludlow Distillery’s brand new Gin School Experience is now open for bookings!??


Join the team at Ludlow Distillery for an unforgettable 3-hour Gin School Experience:

?Tour Ludlow’s award-winning distillery and discover how they craft their curiously smooth spirits

?Make your very own bottle of gin using a handmade copper still

?Sip on complimentary drinks as you explore the distillery’s botanical library and craft your tipple

?Perfect for couples, family members, friends, and work colleagues

?Available as a booking for one (£95) or a shared experience for two (£135)

?Your recipe will be kept on file, so you can reorder at any time


? Fridays and Saturdays at 3pm

?To book visit: https://ludlowdistillery.co.uk/tours-experiences/ or for enquiries contact [email protected] or 07928 621 608


Please contact Ludlow Distillery in advance to book an accessible Gin School session


  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide Dogs
  • Entrance Flat No Steps
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