Open to the public for the first timeCHARITY OPEN
DAY 2019

Take a tour of our countryside laboratory, sample the range and lounge at the garden bar and local produce BBQ, all while raising money for a very worthy cause.


For the first time ever, we’re opening the gates at Dowsetts Farm to welcome visitors to our distillery for a charity open day on the 20th July 2019.

We’ve organised six sessions starting between 12 noon and 5:30pm which’ll include a distillery tour with an explanation of the gin making process with company founder, James, aswell as a seven-gin tasting session and a gin and tonic of your choice, served at our garden bar after the tour is complete.


To begin your visit, we’ll guide you through the distillery explaining how we make our gins on our two stills, Jean and Clare. You’ll be guided through the distillation process, from loading up the still to drawing off a perfectly pure spirit from our two copper ladies.

You’ll be shown how we select the botanicals for each recipe and how we blend, fill and hand finish every bottle on site on the farm.


You’ll get to try every single one of our range of gins and gin liqueurs, being talked through what makes each one special and unique.

After you’ve tried them all, you can select your favourite for a gin and tonic at our garden bar on the lawn out the front of the distillery, which is included in the price of the ticket.


Sip our spirits or enjoy a locally made glass of bubbly/beer from our garden pop up bar which’ll be serving in the sun from midday til 7pm.

We’ve teamed up with several local producers to offer some tasty fare, cooked by chefs who’ve kindly volunteered their time to help out.

Our soon-to-be-released menu will feature meaty treats, seafood specialities and plant-based beauties for our vegetarian and vegan friends. Please advise of any special dietary requirements when booking your tickets. *Please note BBQ food is not included in the ticket price*

What's all this in aid of?

Archie Wilks is a local 3yo boy who has developed an agressive and rare form of childhood cancer, neuroblastoma,which in in the 4th and most serious stage.

Archie, one of two identical twins, needs to raise £200,000 to get to America where a treatment not currently available on the NHS will give him a much better chance of seeing his future.

100% of the ticket sales and revenue generated at the local produce barbeque will go directly to Archie’s charity fund.