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Eat Out to Help Out at the Pot Still Coffee Shop at the Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery 30/08/2020

Enjoying: Eat Out to Help Out

Since the beginning of August, we’ve been taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme and it’s been so great to see so many friendly, familiar and new faces every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday here at the Pot Still Coffee Shop. The scheme finishes very soon though so you’ve got until 4pm tomorrow to make the most of 50% off (up to £10). Though we’re afraid whisky and beer aren’t included!

Enjoying: Distillery Session – “Raven”

On Friday night (26th October) we welcomed Raven to the Distillery for a magical night of music. With a diverse and spirited sound, they wove a magical blend of music, stories and melodies, and the audience were suitably entranced… it was a great atmosphere, with a full-house and lots of Wold Top and wine flowing! With each monthly Distillery Session we like to showcase local musicians who have unique sounds and bring their own ‘spirit’ (sorry!) to their performances. Our next session is on the 30th November and will be... Read More

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Enjoying: Alastair James Music Nights

We’re big fans of local artist Alastair James here at the distillery, with his soulful voice and range of styles, whether he’s playing as part of a bigger band or doing a solo session. After a small break over the summer, he was back playing to a crowd in the Pot Still Coffee Shop on Friday night (12th October). As ever, we all thought he was brilliant and are looking forward to his next music night on Friday 9th November. To stay informed about all our music nights, Distillery Sessions... Read More

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Enjoying: Pot Still Pop-Up – “Birds on the Loose”

On Thursday evening, the Pot Still kitchen transformed from coffee shop to restaurant as we welcomed back ‘Birds on the Loose – two chefs and their chick game for anything.’ As Head Tutor at the Malton Cookery School, and the founder of the ‘Yorkshire Food Finder’ respectively, Gilly Robinson and Sue Nelson are known throughout the county for their innovative approach to ingredients and their desire to use local produce, popping-up in less than usual locations. Guests started the evening with a Yorkshire approach to a Scottish classic – Cullen... Read More