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I thought the tour was very good. I appreciated the enthusiasm of the guide who was one of the four guys who started it. I am a (quality) rum drinker. I was looking forward to the tasting. I was disappointed. Sorry guys, I really wanted...More
This was just one of the things we learned when visiting this craft rum distillery. We got free samples of their three types of rum (one for mixing, one great for seasonal drinks, and an aged variety smooth enough for sipping straight.) Of course we...More
Had a great time here. The tour was very interesting. Matt and Scott, two of the four buddies that started this, did an excellent job of helping us learn about rum. $10 to tour, call ahead make a reservation. You get three tastings at the...More
Every day at 1pm you have a chance to take a tour of this 3 year old rum distillery. You learn of the dream of 4 men to make the best small batch rum. You get a history of rum, learn how it is made,...More
Great place to visit and learn about making rum. Four young men working together to produce a very fine product. They are enthustiac about their work and we visit each year during our vacation to check in on their progress. Very impressive.
Even if you don’t like rum this is a must do tour. It lasts about an hour. The 4 owners are so passionate about their product and it really shows. They not only explain the distilling process thoroughly, they also explain why their rum is...More
Love going here and buying the product directly, rather than from an ABC store. Three regular "flavors" of rum. Found out they offer limited quantities of special runs a few times a year. My friends traveling with me requested going to visit again this year....More
We visited last year and had a great tour! Very informative and interesting! This year, it was our very first stop (which was good because a hurricane came a few days later). I bought three bottles of rum to make sure I have enough until...More
After reading some of the reviews of the Rum Distillery, I decided I needed to check it out. Glad I did. I enjoyed it and bought myself a bottle of rum. The owners are incredibly enthusiastic about their products and obviously proud. I found the...More
Visited the distillery last year; loved the tour and rum so much we had to stop in and visit again this year. The tour is very informative and the guys are passionate about their business. They truly embrace do what you love and love what...More
I honestly don't know if the Outer Banks Distillery is "pet friendly", but I kind of doubt it. Like the other person pointed out, the tasting room is indoors. Even though I believe the owners would be willing to... More
I honestly don't know if the Outer Banks Distillery is "pet friendly", but I kind of doubt it. Like the other person pointed out, the tasting room is indoors. Even though I believe the owners would be willing to accommodate pets if they could, the fact that they prepare a food product (rum), they probably can't legally allow pets in the building.
Response from Bartraveler81 | Reviewed this property |
Nobody under the age of 21 is allowed in the distillery part of the building. It is a federally bonded warehouse which can not, by law allow minors. This means that they can go in the gift shop area, but as far as going on a... More
Nobody under the age of 21 is allowed in the distillery part of the building. It is a federally bonded warehouse which can not, by law allow minors. This means that they can go in the gift shop area, but as far as going on a tour, it's unlawful. I would say that if you're in Manteo and want to go on a tour and have children, to have someone who isn't interested take them for ice cream or a walk on the water front.