New Distillery Building

Silver Circle Distillery has a BRAND NEW home!

This weekend we’ll be opening the doors to our new home for the first time. Renovations will be ongoing for the next couple of weeks (so please bear with us), but we’re working hard behind the scenes stocking the shelves and getting Rhiannon up and running again.

The beautiful new spot on the Humble By Nature Farm, owned by Kate Humble (from BBC Springwatch etc) and Ludo Graham is not far from where we were before, located in the green countryside a short drive from Monmouth. 

Our new address is at;

Humble by Nature
Upper Meend Farm,
NP25 4RP

What you can expect at the new distillery…

You’ll now find us in a light, airy modern barn with better insulation, actual windows and underfloor heating - meaning a more comfortable visiting experience all year round regardless of the Welsh weather. The perfect setting for our Distillery Tours, tastings and Make Your Own Gin Experiences.

There’s better access, so it’s much easier to find us (goodbye hairpin lanes) and we’ve got plenty of parking for when there’s a group of you.

And one of our favourite parts is the outdoor yard, where you’ll be able to enjoy cocktails in the Monmouthshire countryside - and where we’ll be able to get back to hosting events for the community like our Street Food Saturday series.

Everybody loves good neighbours

We’re not the only ones who call Humble By Nature home and we’re excited to be next door to some other lovely local businesses like The Pig & Apple burger restaurant, Orchard Kitchen caterers and Haze Wholesale Flowers. Watch this space for some collaborative experiences, from farm-to-table dining to special events combining the best of what the local community has to offer. 

Continuing on our sustainability journey

The new farm setting offers opportunities to improve our sustainability further. Humble by Nature already has a biomass heating system which will significantly reduce the distillery's carbon footprint and make us less reliant on fossil fuels for heating. Plus the modern, insulated building will also help us to reduce our energy consumption.

We will be able to explore more sexy and sustainable waste management practices and hopefully grow our own botanicals using compost created from our own organic waste.

Being part of a community of businesses with a shared ethos opens up opportunities for collaborative sustainability projects, such as shared transportation for goods, collective purchasing of eco-friendly supplies, or joint events that promote sustainability.

The official opening day will be our Opening Day Party on Saturday 18th May, but if you’d like to drop in to see how we’re doing or pick up a bottle or two in the meantime, we’d love to see you!

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