Pre-Civil War era restored building located at The Port on Boston Harbor
Located at The Port on Boston Harbor in Dorchester, BHD revived an entrepreneurial center from the mid-1800s. Boston Harbor Distillery creates proprietary craft spirits that integrate rich history, distinctive experiences and beverage culture into each bottle it produces. Housed in a pre-Civil War era building overlooking Boston Harbor, the Distillery serves as both a distilling facility and an event space, tasting room and mercantile with essential tools and accessories for at-home bartenders, cultivating a community through classes, literature and education.
Boston Harbor Distillery pulls inspiration from New England's bounty of seasonal tastes to distill and bottle their own blended creations that are branded with the names of early Massachusetts entrepreneurs who once occupied the same site: SS Putnam Nail Factory, George Lawley & Son Shipbuilders and Seymour's Ice Cream. Spirit of Boston is distilled from finished Samuel Adams beer varieties.
Open to the Public: Saturdays from 2-8pm for tours, tastings, and cocktails
Guided tours include: history of the location, distillery and spirits, a description and tasting of our spirits and an up-close look at how and where we make BHD spirits.
Tour Times: 2:30, 3:15, 4:00, 4:45, 5:30, 6:15, 7:00 (limited to 20 people per tour; first come, first serve)
Cost: $10 per person