BOOK YOUR MASTERCLASS
"If you love whisky, you'll love this"
Our Distillery Shop is open from Weds-Sun from 9am-5pm.
We are taking bookings from the 29th July, and have put a number of Social Distancing and other factors into place, and have been awarded the 'Good to Go' certificate.eo
You can watch a video of our safety measures below.
We hope you all stay safe and well.
For whisky enthusiasts we recommend our Distillery Masterclass. This fully interactive experience offers an in-depth look into the making of our award- winning Single Malt Welsh Whisky. Enjoy a fully guided tour giving you an insight into the equipment that produces our malted barley wash; our uniquely designed single copper-pot Penderyn stills and our pot stills. As well as imparting our knowledge and experience on the importance of wood and the art of maturation, you will enjoy a fun and informative blind nosing activity and learn the protocol of whisky tasting.
A limited number of bookings are now available. Head to the bottom of the page to book.
BRECON BEACONS - Masterclasses run from 11am-1.30pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Tea/Coffee and Welsh-cakes are served from 10.30am. We occasionally run Masterclasses on a Friday, so check the dates when you book.
Our Masterclass lasts around 2.5 hours.In order to fully appreciate the Masterclass session, we strongly advise that participants do not plan to drive afterwards. Each attendee will receive a gift after their Masterclass. Masterclasses cost £60 per head and there is a discount for groups of 4 or more.
Please note that tours start promptly. If you arrive late we will do what we can to accommodate, but you may miss part of the tour.
Our Masterclasses are for over 18s only.
Walking up and down stairs is a part of the masterclass experience. With regret it’s not accessible for anyone in a wheelchair or with limited mobility due to the stairs.Flat, sensible footwear must be worn by visitors at all times during the tour or Masterclass – flip flops, heels or open-toed shoes will not be permitted.
In the interests of safety, the use of mobile phones, cameras and other electrical equipment is prohibited in the production area; anyone refusing to comply with these rules will be asked to leave the tour.
We are a working distillery and so, for operational reasons, we cannot guarantee that all or any of our plant will be working at the time of your visit. However, you may be able to see into the still and mash tun, which can't be done when we are distilling.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Please remember that we are a food & drink manufacturer and as such must apply stringent checks across all areas of our business. Therefore, we respectfully ask that if you, or a member of your household, are unwell and/or suffering from any gastrointestinal or contagious illness on the day of your visit that you postpone your visit until a later date. This is to ensure that all of our products are manufactured in the safest way possible.