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Saturday 30th July 2022.

Join us in our celebrations on Saturday 30th of July between 12pm and 7pm.

A jam-packed day of whisky, delicious food and masterclasses.

Taste, learn and enjoy!

Finally, after two years of patiently waiting, we’d like to welcome you to our (real-life!) Distillery Open Day with Yorkshire’s first single malt whisky, Filey Bay.

A real celebration of whisky and the county, so come and join us on Saturday the 30th of July from 12pm - 7pm for live music, plenty of food, laughter and of course, Filey Bay whisky.

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Key Details.

Saturday 30th July 2022

£15 per person, which includes all-day entry to the distillery, tour and own tasting glass, with the opportunity to 'add-on' extras closer to the day.

£10 per Masterclass

12 noon - 7pm: Open to the public

Entry tickets on the door will be £17.50. Masterclasses booked on the door will be £12.50.

Your confirmation email will act as your tickets on the day as we don’t have physical tickets for this event. There is free parking nearby and we're just next door to train and bus routes.

Masterclasses.

We've got four incredible masterclasses lined up with some really exciting food producers who we have been working with over the last few years. Expect some tasty and truly exciting collaborations bringing real craftsmanship, quality and flavour. Each of these fine producers is also exhibiting on the day, showcasing their wares from their own stands.

Please note that the masterclasses are an additional cost and are not included in the entry ticket price. An Open Day entry ticket is required to attend these classes. Each masterclass is £10 per person and can be purchased online in advance or on the day at £12.50. We expect them to be very popular so pre-booking is advised to avoid disappointment.

13:00

Filey Bay Whisky and Smoked Meats with Staal Smokehouse.

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14:15

Filey Bay Whisky and Cheese with two local producers.

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15:30

Filey Bay Whisky and Chocolate with Bullion.

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16:45

Filey Bay Whisky Special with Whisky Director Joe Clark.

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Also...

As always, the Pot Still Coffee Shop will be open serving hot drinks and delicious cakes.

Also feeding us throughout the day we have Field & Forage, a Yorkshire based food producer who is just as passionate about quality and provenance as we are. Having always been enthusiastic about the way in which food and seasonal ingredients were prepared and cooked, Field & Forage was launched in 2016. Using their own grass-fed Belted Galloway beef, a kitchen garden brimming with ingredients and the seasonality of the farm's hedgerows, inspiration truly comes from the seasons. We’re hungry just at the thought!

Watering us (!) will of course be our sister company, Wold Top Brewery with their beer van. Whisky, whisky cocktails, soft drinks and more will also be available. They have recently converted one of their vans into a mobile bar. The Beer Van has fonts at the rear where they serve 3 kegged Wold Top beers on draught, plus the core range of beers in bottles too.

As you can see we've got lots going on! For more updates and to make sure you don't miss anything, please sign up to our mailing list newsletter and/or keep checking back on this page.

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Points to Note.

As mentioned above, the masterclasses are an additional cost and are not included in the entry ticket price. An Open Day entry ticket is required to attend these classes.

We do not send out physical tickets for this event, your confirmation email will act as your tickets on the day. We have free parking on-site for up to 50 cars as well as ample on-street parking. Under 18s are welcome, (£5 pp) however for obvious reasons, cannot participate in any of the tasting events that involve alcohol. Children under the age of 6 qualify for free entry, but unfortunately cannot participate in the distillery tour.

There are certain parts of the distillery that are not suitable for wheelchairs or mobility scooters. We would also like to advise our visitors against wearing high heels as the distillery mezzanine flooring is not appropriate for these. For information on accessibility please read our Accessibility Guide.

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