Cocktails at the Distillery
Cocktail demonstration and tasting night at the Distillery with mixologist Owen Williams - ticket holders only!
Owen will be demonstrating a selection of cocktails and you will enjoy a taster of each as the drink is being made. The ticket price includes a welcome G&T, and a cocktail of choice from our cocktail menu after the demonstration. The bar will then be open for further drinks, last orders at 10.30 p.m.
Want to come along to the distillery and meet our stills? Or are you planning to come along to our gin bar? We'll keep this page updated with opening times and events, but if you have any questions, please call us or the distillery 01239 872300 or 45 St Mary Street 01239 920341!
In the Welsh Wind Distillery, Gogerddan Arms, Tanygroes, SA43 2HP
The distillery is where the magic happens - our stills are here, along with bottling and labelling and our main office functions. We have a bottle shop in the main entrance of the distillery and you can book in for Gin Making Experiences and Gin Tasting Experiences.
The distillery is open Monday - Saturday 9-5 and visitors are welcome.
45 St Mary Street, Cardigan SA43 1HA
Our gin bar and bottle shop in the historic heart of Cardigan, just behind Cardigan Castle is a relaxed, welcoming space, perfect for unwinding with a G&T, a glass of wine or local bottled beers. ON warmer evenings, enjoy our courtyard garden too!
45 St Mary Street is open Wednesdays 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (later by appointment)
Thursdays - Saturdays 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
Seasonal Openings and Events
The Distillery is open as a bar on Friday evenings till 10 p.m. in the run up to Christmas. Join us on 3rd December, 10th December and 17th December.
45 St Mary Street will be closing at 1 p.m. on Christmas Eve and will be closed until early January 2022. We have plans for several pop up events in the New Year - check back for details!
Covid is still very much around in the community in Ceredigion, and we keep a close eye on Welsh Government guidance, as well as talking to our staff, to make sure everyone is a safe and comfortable as possible working with us or visiting our premises, whether at the distillery or 45 St Mary Street. At present, we ask that you wear a mask when you visit the distillery. As a hospitality space, the rules are more relaxed at 45 St Mary Street, but if you would prefer to wear a mask, please do so.
Hand sanitiser will be freely available for you to use at both locations, and we ask you please not to visit if you are feeling unwell or should be self-isolating as the result of a close contact, a positive PCR test or lateral flow test result.
Thanks for your co-operation and understanding in this matter!