Alpine Distilling – Gin Experience at 350 Main
Alpine Distilling Gin Experience at 350 Main is a fun and intimate way to learn about the art of distilling and history of Gin, all while expanding your aroma sensory skills. The Experience takes place at their micro-distilling location in historic Old Town Park City and includes a four-course dinner by 350 Main’s chef Matt Safranek.
Alpine Distilling is Park City’s premier locally owned and operated craft distillery. Inspired by Kentucky distilling roots, Alpine creates Award-winning spirits, derived from a love of flavorful liqueurs, and a desire to bring high-value, high-quality libations to homes and bars around the world from their Summit County location.
As a socially conscious brand, they craft their products in a manner that reflects their community’s values, while incorporating classic distilling principles and our Kentucky heritage. Their delicious, distinctive flavors have won prestigious awards and are praised by the world’s most renowned chefs, mixologists, sommeliers and critics.
A friendly introduction to our copper stills, hand made in Portugal by a 10th generation craftsman. Your still of choice will have a hand in your personal gin creation! While your batch is cooking, they will walk through the history of gin, distilling, and the science of aroma sensory. for your enjoyment:
- 750ml Bottle of Your Custom Gin
- Gin Tasting
- Aroma Sensory
- Four Course Meal
Alpine’s micro-distilling facility is located at the historic Mercantile Building
located at 350 Main in beautiful Park City. Upon arrival, they will meet at the 350
Main’s bar before moving to their facility downstairs. Once in the facility you’ll get
to choose which botanicals you feel compelled to distill into your very own gin.
There are 4 stills available for this experience (2-3 people per still)
You don’t have to fill all of them. Experiences are meant to be social, so other
travelers could join too.
Cost: $400 per couple ($100 for additional guest)
Reservation required: 8-12 max guests
More info: visit their website or contact Grayson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-891-5954