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DropWorks Rum Distillery

DropWorks Distillery, Stone Shed, Welbeck, Worksop, S80 3LX

DropWorks Rum Distillery is the largest Rum Distillery in Europe - and it’s located right here in the heart of the UK!

Experience Tours, Tastings, Bespoke Events & Fun – like never before.

On a mission to make high quality Rum accessible for all, team DropWorks are passionate about showing the world that there is a Rum out there for everyone to enjoy, by making the most delicious Drops imaginable, on a scale never seen before on these shores.

The DropWorks Distillery spans 17,000 sq ft, including an 8,000 sq ft barrel store and 3 mile underground tunnel for storing the casks. The facility can produce up to 2 million bottles of rum a year and up to 10 barrels of Rum a day!

DropWorks Distillery Tours offer something for everyone – informative, a sense sensation and most of all – lots of fun!

Located at Welbeck, there is an award winning farm shop on site, a wonderful café to relax in before or after your tour as well as art galleries, a brewery and a school of artisan food offering various classes. Visiting DropWorks really can be a whole day out, the team cannot wait to welcome you!

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Opening Times

Monday - Friday

9.00 - 18.00

Opening at weekends very soon!


DropWorks Distillery Tour

£25.00 per person

Meet the Distiller Tour

£85.00 per person



Car Parking

Disabled Access


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