Gin School Distilling Experience

Gin School Experience at Ludlow Distillery

Join us for our incredible 'Gin School Distilling Experience', a chance to make your very own unique bottle of gin! Enjoy a tour of our gin and whisky distillery, followed by a fully tutored experience using a handmade copper still. Explore our botanical library to create your own tipple and a truly memorable experience.


Available as either an individual booking for one person, or a shared experience for two people.

Duration: Approximately 3 hours, including a distillery tour.


Individual experience: one person £95  SALE: £70

Shared experience: two people £135SALE: £100

*The shared experience includes creating 1 x 70cl bottle of your own gin together, plus drinks for each person.

Group Bookings: Would you like to hire the gin school for a group/corporate booking? It’s available most days by prior arrangement, a few days’ notice is essential. Simply drop us a line hello@ludlowgin.co.uk

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What’s included?

  • A welcome drink
  • An hour tour behind the scenes of our distillery
  • A second drink at your own work station, equipped with a small copper still
  • An introduction and guidance on how to create your gin recipe*
  • 10% off any purchases that day
  • Distilling and bottling your own bottle of 70cl gin to take away
  • 10% discount voucher for use on the day in our distillery shop

*We’ll keep your recipe on file for you to reorder at a later date

Looking to eat after Gin School?

The Clive Restaurant is just a 2 min walk from the distillery, and open on Fridays and Saturdays, serving dinner till 8pm; booking essential.

There are many places in Ludlow to eat, something to suit all taste buds and budgets, booking is also recommended.

By train/bus – We’re on the mainline from Manchester to South Wales; a bus leaves the railway station every hour to the Farmshop site, or it’s a 45 min walk

Find us at the Ludlow Farmshop site:

Ludlow Distillery, Units 1 & 2, Bromfield Road, Ludlow, SY8 2JR

By car – We are just two miles north of Ludlow on the A49. We’re under an hour from Hereford, Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth, Kidderminster, and Worcester

By train/bus – We’re on the mainline from Manchester to South Wales; a bus leaves the railway station every hour to the Farmshop site, or it’s a 45 min walk

LATE ARRIVAL – Our tours start promptly, if you arrive late we will do what we can to accommodate, but you may miss part of the tour.
ACCESSIBILITY – The tours and masterclasses are available for people with mobility issues by prior arrangement. Sensible footwear must be worn by visitors at all times.
PHOTOGRAPHY & FILMING – In the interests of safety, the use of mobile phones, cameras and other electrical equipment is prohibited in the production area; anyone refusing to comply with these rules will be asked to leave the tour.
(Please note photos we take may be used for marketing purposes, please let a member of the team know on the day you’re visiting us, if you don’t wish to be photographed.)
DOWN TIMES – We are a working distillery and so, for operational reasons, we cannot guarantee that all or any of our plant will be working at the time of your visit. However, you may be able to see into the still and mash tun, which isn’t possible when we are distilling.
HEALTH & SAFETY – Please remember that we are a food & drink manufacturer and as such must apply stringent checks across all areas of our business. Therefore, we ask that if you, or a member of your household, are unwell and/or suffering from any gastrointestinal or contagious illness on the day of your visit that you postpone your visit until a later date. This is to ensure that all of our products are manufactured in the safest way possible.
CHILDREN – Please note that, while children are welcome to visit the distillery, we are a commercial distillery, producing a product which is strictly, and legally, for adult consumption. We do, therefore, expect parents to use their judgement when considering visiting such a venue as we do not have any facilities to entertain children, and no visitors under the age of 14 are permitted to access our production area. Please note: 14-17 year olds don’t get tastings of alcoholic drinks, but we do have a delicious range of lemonades and pressés! Any children brought to the distillery must be supervised at all times and we reserve the right to ask them and their accompanying guardian to leave if they disrupt the experience of our other visitors. In summary, we do not allow unaccompanied children on the premises and we expect the accompanying adults to ensure their safety and well-being. This therefore ensures our due diligence in relation to safeguarding.

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