If you have the taste for adventure this springtime, we have the most flavoursome journey to suit. And guess what? It's all to do with the Mornington Peninsula’s Beer, Cider and Spirits Trail! Make the most of the new season and put a spring into your step by exploring more of 5 distilleries you must visit next:
Bass and Flinders Distillery
Bass and Flinders Distillery in Dromana produce a range of grape-based gins, brandy, spirits and liqueurs in addition to their popular hands-on masterclass experiences. Insightful tastings, cocktails, gin flights and more make this family-owned distillery a must-see. Did you know it was the first artisanal distillery on the Mornington Peninsula?
Find out more about the Bass and Flinders flavours and masterclasses here.
Chief’s Son Distillery
There’s plenty to enjoy when visiting Chief’s Son Distillery in Somerville. Explore their impressive styles of single malt whisky and follow a guided tour of the distillery floor. The opportunities to taste, smell and learn are bountiful. Stuart and Naomi McIntosh have created an atmosphere rich in character and energy.
Click on the link here for all the info on Chief’s Son Distillery.
Friendly hospitality as well as comforting food and drink is what you'll find at JimmyRum Distillery in Dromana. Expect to have a lot of fun on the visit here, as you taste your way through colourful rum cocktails and creations. Collaborations with other Mornington Peninsula businesses bring about extra excitement. The rum garden is pooch-friendly too!
Explore more of JimmyRum Distillery here.
Penni Ave Distillery
Located in Rye, Penni Ave Distillery is one of the few dedicated vodka distilleries in Victoria. Cocktails, tasting paddles and rotating food trucks keep the flavour sensations going strongly. Choose to enjoy the arvo or evening drink inside near the bar or outside amidst the spring sunshine.
Start planning the stopover at Penni Ave Distillery here.
That Spirited Lot Distillery
Finally, let's pay a visit to That Spirited Lot Distillery in Seaford. The team here look forward to welcoming you for a cocktail (or two) and maybe even a spirit flight featuring their top gin and vodka flavours. What’s more? A whisky program is also in development!
All the information you need on That Spirited Lot Distillery is here.
We’re not going to lie, these really are some of the best distilleries on the Mornington Peninsula. And while we have you, check out all the top breweries and artisan producers on the Beer, Cider and Spirits Trail here. It’s most definitely a trail to follow this springtime!