The Cotswolds Distillery is set in five acres of beautiful North Cotswolds countryside. The region is an officially designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, famous for is agricultural heritage and traditional crafts.
The desire to reflect the natural beauty of the area and honour its heritage runs through everything the distillery does – using local raw materials, traditional kit and techniques and partnering with other independent producers in the area as much as possible. Beginning production of a single malt whisky and Cotswolds Dry Gin in September 2014, Cotswolds has grown rapidly in the intervening three years. The distillery's inaugural release is set to debut at the Whisky Show 2017 offering visitors the first chance to try the finished product. With a pair of Forsyths pot stills running twice a day, seven days a week, the distillery is able to lay down around 900 casks of spirit a year.