Visit our distillery

You will soon be able to take a tour of the Black Cow Vodka Distillery in West Dorset and enjoy vodka tasting, cocktail classes and lunch in the new Black Cow Bar + Kitchen, located at the distillery.
 
The Black Cow Bar + Kitchen will launch in April 2017, offering a totally unique experience that reflects our ethos of simplicity and innovation. There are two tiers of experience on offer: The Black Cow Distillery Experience and The Black Cow Distillery Visit.

During The Black Cow Distillery Experience, which lasts for 3 hours, visitors will experience a cocktail making class, a tour of the distillery and lunch in the new Bar + Kitchen. Visitors will enjoy a four course meal of fresh, local, seasonal fare, designed to show the many ways our vodka can be used as an ingredient.

Advance tickets are available for an introductory price of £140 for two people. This experience is bookable on Fridays and Saturdays from April 2017, for a maximum group size of 8 people.
 
The Black Cow Distillery Visit, priced at £25 per person and lasting approximately 60 minutes, gives visitors a tour of the distillery, a chance to sample the vodka and enjoy a complimentary cocktail, while learning about Black Cow. This is for a maximum group size of 10 people and is available on Fridays and Saturdays from April 2017.
 
We are located in the heart of Childhay Manor Farm in the beautiful West Dorset countryside, near Beaminster.
 
Our co-founder and dairy farmer, Jason Barber, says, “We are really excited to be opening our doors to fans of Black Cow Vodka, old and new. Since I first created our vodka four years ago, we have seen interest grow around the world. We thought the time was right to welcome visitors to our brand home and introduce more people to the smooth, creamy taste of Black Cow.”

Please note: visits to the distillery are by appointment only, it is not open to the public daily.

VISIT THE BLACK COW DISTILLERY
05 January 2017
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We are launching an exciting new experience and opening our distillery doors to the public in April 2017. 

NewsJemma Moran