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Can I tour Wharf?
Yes Wharf distillery is tourable. On Trip Advisor the distillery has been rated as excellent by 6 of 7 tours to date. This gives Wharf an overall rating of 5.0
Wonderful Pizza Evening by Kate M
We went to the Wharf distillery with some friends for their pizza night. The pizza van parks up in the courtyard of the distillery so it's nice and close to the seating area in the courtyard. There are also toilets just off the courtyard too which are handy with small children! There are also a couple of benches over by the play park (wooden climbing tower with slide, fenced off with a gate for smaller ones to stay inside) we met some friends there so the children could play. The staff in the distillery are very warm and welcoming, they offered help in choosing some drinks to have with our dinner. We sampled some delicious gin and vodka and purchased some lovely cheese and crackers to take home for after. It's a lovely shop and the people who work there are so friendly. We will defiantly be returning for a bottle of gin next time and the flavoured ones are so good!
Full of Tasty Treats by Steveps3
The Wharf distillery is full of tasty treats. Cider (proper cider!), gin, whisky and all things alcoholic. It is also brilliant for bread, cheese and other local treats. All the drinks are available for you to try before you buy.
Gin's In by Larry D
Situated next door to the ARTea rooms,Wharf is a great example of local artisans making the most of local produce. A high end deli and a new venture into cheese adds to their cider and home produced gin. We caught them just as they opened and picked up a couple of treats. They are also a licenced premesis so you can take advantage of the local produce in comfort!