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The Boatyard Distillery

3 Tully Bay Marina, Drumcrow East, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, BT93 7DX

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On the banks of Lough Erne just outside Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, you’ll find the Boatyard Distillery, a distillery focused on producing pure spirits with a sustainable and organic approach.

Once you’ve taken in the incredible views on arrival, you’ll be invited into the distillery to discover how the spirits are produced and distilled using only the finest grains and botanicals. Then, you’ll hear the story of the Boatyard Distillery to date and smell and taste your way through each spirit with our tour guides, who’ll make each experience intimate and informative.

The Boatyard Distillery is the first legal distillery in the County in over 130 years, and you’ll be welcomed with warm Fermanagh hospitality. The tour includes not only neat samples of each spirit, but also three longer style drinks that highlight the spirits in different ways. Before you finish the tour, you’ll get hands on with labelling and signing your own bottle of Boatyard Double Gin, a great way to see how each bottle is finished before it leaves the distillery!

The tours are an immersive experience giving you a chance to see, taste and experience the spirit of Fermanagh, with the botanicals in the Boatyard Double Gin coming straight from the family farm in Fermanagh.

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