English Spirit Distillery
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Experience a Distillery Tour & Tasting, where you’ll see how they distil the UK's widest variety of spirits under one roof: including World’s Best Vodka, Gin, Rum and more.

The Black Barn at Great Yeldham, which is nearly 200 years old, is home to twenty copper pot alembic stills, the home of English Rum, and The UK’s biggest collection of scratch distilled spirits & liqueurs, including...vodka, gin, rum, brandy, single malt, liqueurs and more. You’ll get to see the distillery team, turning the stills and infusing our pioneering range of spirits with the finest quality ingredients. 

They’re delighted to welcome visitors to the home of English Spirit, sharing the knowledge of our Master Distiller, Dr. John Walters, and allowing you to sample our sensational range. Tours are run on weekday evening & weekends, and tour lengths are approximately 60 minutes.

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Guide Prices

A distillery tour & tasting is £20 per person.

Facilities

Booking & Payment Details

  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)

Parking

  • Free Parking

Property Facilities

  • Gift shop
  • Public toilets

Target Markets

  • Coach parties accepted

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By car:From Braintree take the A1017 north. As you come into Great Yeldham, you will go past The White Hart and The Wagon and Horses public houses on the left. Then the village shop is on your right. We are just past the junction for Little Yeldham and Tilbury Juxta Clare, on the left hand side before the church.

English Spirit Distillery

Type:Distillery

Great Yeldham Hall, Church Road, Great Yeldham, Essex, CO9 4PT

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