Contact Us

Contact Us

For The Tasting Room and Shop

Phone: +1 709 786 1047 


For The Distillery

Phone: +1 709 786 0234


Our Address

14 Conception Bay Highway, 
Clarke's Beach, NL, A0A 1W0, Canada

Our Opening Hours

Opening hours for September 2023:

Posted June 22nd 2023

  • Mondays: 12:00 - 6:00pm
  • Tuesdays: 12:00 - 6:00pm
  • Wednesdays: 12:00 - 6:00pm
  • Thursdays: 12:00 - 6:00pm
  • Fridays: 12:00 - 11:00pm
  • Saturdays: 12:00 - 11:00pm 
  • Sundays: 12:00 - 6:00pm 

We have plenty of seating both inside and outside, and should always have space for you! Reservations are not required. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Last Orders are 15 minutes before closing time and we fully close 15 minutes after closing time.

These hours are the definitive hours - which means they are more reliable than other hours found on the internet!

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Visit Us

Experience our patio overlooking the bay


Our Tasting Room has fantastic views of our stills and columns in the distillery,
right on the shores of Conception Bay.

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Try our Spirits

Try them neat or in cocktails

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See the Stills

You can see our custom built still and columns, almost always at work producing spirits

Enjoy the view

Our bar overlooks Conception Bay and our stills

The Tasting Room


In the Tasting Room you can try our aquavit, gins, rums, and vodkas in all sorts of fantastic cocktails, or in all sorts of combinations with different tonics and mixes! We use Third Place Tonic from St. John's and FeverTree Tonics from the UK, and a standard range of other mixes.

We serve local sourdough bread made by Jamie O'Flaherty, a fine selection of cheeses directly from Quebec, charcuterie from Chinched in St. John's, smoked salmon from Witless Bay and a range of chutneys from Steve Curtis in St. John's.  

 If you have any questions or would like make a reservation for groups larger than 10 please call the Tasting Room on 709 786 1047 or email Kaila at:

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The Distillery

Our distillery houses our custom built 1000 litre copper pot still and columns, made by Specific Mechanical in British Columbia, especially for us, and that is where all the magic happens. To start, we use locally grown barely which is stored in our grain tower. The barley is used to make a ‘mash’ in our 2000 litre mash tun. This mash is then fermented, where all the sugars are turned into alcohol. 
Once the sugars are all converted, the mash is put into the still for the first run. It is run two more times and finally comes out at 94% ABV. We then water it down with our own beautiful water from Clarke’s Beach, which is charcoal filtered to make it even purer and cleaner, and the perfect fit for our spirits!

The Shop


Our shop is located at the front of the Tasting Room on Conception Bay Highway. The shop stocks our very own Aquavit, Cloudberry Gin, Seaweed Gin, Dry Gin, Gunpowder & Rose Rum, Chaga Rum, Maple Rum, Rhubarb Vodka, & Vodka. We also stock our line of Ready-to-Drink Cocktails in cans, including our Seaweed Gin Tom Collins, Summer Kiss, Vodka Blueberry Lemonade, NL Gin & Tonic, Gunpowder & Rose Rum & Cola, and Vodka & Soda. We have full range of copper cocktail making equipment, so everyone can be a proffessional! 


We also sell a fine range of handcrafted tonics from Third Place Tonics in St. John's, lotions and soaps from East Coast Glow, chutneys by Steve Curtis, Newfoundland Sea Salt, our own range of glasses and a selection of great mechandise, from t-shirts, to crew-necks, hoodies, hats and socks!


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