Mountain View School, Third Street West, Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0, Canada

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TOURS & TASTINGS

Come and visit Jones Distilling for a tour of the distillery operation. Find out how raw ingredients are turned into internationally award-winning spirits in this informative, intimate setting with views across the Columbia River to Mount Begbie. Hear the story of why the distillery was founded and why the founder wanted to carry on his father’s legacy. Finally, finish off with a sample or three.

 

The Old School Eatery is located in the same heritage building with the Craft Distillery.  We highly recommend trying them out before or after you tour the distillery.

 

CREATE YOUR GIN

This gin event starts with a perfect gin & tonic as we ease you into the world of gin, starting with its dark origins and ending with the creation of your very own gin.

  • Tour and peruse the craft distillery and learn about the distilling process

  • Trace gin's dark origins and its journey to being the top tipple it is today

  • Taste samples of premium spirits made locally in Revelstoke

  • Learn about the art of botanics, explore their flavours and how they marry to create gin

  • Enjoy a few premium G&T's along the way and leave a titan of taste and a purveyor of the perfect gin & tonic

  • Create your own bottle of gin to take home with you

Located in Revelstoke's Historic Mountain View School

*Please note that we require a minimum booking of two people for this event. In the case of an attendance below the minimum, bookings will be cancelled and the amount refunded.

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BOTANICAL BASICS

A quality gin is created when the best botanics are combined to form something truly special. In this experience, learn more about those botanics and how they combine to create different flavours and effects.

  • Taste samples of the house gin & vodka

  • Tour Jones Distilling

  • Enjoy a world-class gin & tonic cocktail

  • Experience an introduction to the over 40+ botanicals used to make gin

  • Create a souvenir botanical bottle to take home