How to Find Us (and our products)

Address

Ironworks Distillery
The Blacksmith’s Shop
2 Kempt Street
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
Canada B0J 2C0

Map & Directions

By Phone

902 640 2424

By Email

crafted@ironworksdistillery.com

By land (from Halifax)

Take Hwy 103 – the main route from Halifax (or from Bridgewater and points west) – to Exit 11 and head south on Hwy 324 until it ends. Turn left and drive through town on Lincoln Street. The first stop sign is King Street. Keep going for several more blocks. The second stop sign is Kempt Street. Turn right. Ironworks is one block down on the left-hand corner, just before you fall into the ocean (not recommended).

By sea (from the world)

On entering Lunenburg harbour, anchor anywhere to the west of the main inbound channel, south of the line joining the lighted buoys. Row over to the Railroad Wharf. Walk up the hill past the Dory Shop to Montague Street. Turn right and you’ll see Ironworks Distillery on the next corner.

Hours of Operation – 2021

Closed on: Thanksgiving Monday Oct 11, Remembrance Day Nov 11, Christmas Day December 25 & Boxing Day December 26

WINTER 2021 January – April  Open Thursday – Sunday 12:00 noon until 5:00 PM

Closed on New Years Day Jan 1, Good Friday April 2, Easter Sunday April 4, Thanksgiving October 11, November 11th, Christmas Day December 25 & Boxing Day December 26

WHERE TO BUY

Available in Halifax / Dartmouth at: Bishop’s Cellar, Harvest Wines, Rockhead Beer & Wine Store, West Side Beer, Wine & Spirits.

Bluenose Rum, Vodka, and Gin available at select NSLC shops. Check out their website mynslc.com for exact addresses.

We also sell through the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market and Halifax Brewery Market every Saturday. Due to COVID restrictions, at the moment we only attend the Wolfville Farmers’ Market every other weekend – please check our Facebook page for more information on these exact dates.

Limited selection available in Alberta – search for Ironworks products on Liquor Connect.

TOURS

We are hoping to resume giving tours and tastings in the spring. Scheduling will depend on the progress of the pandemic and the resulting shutdowns. Stay tuned and stay optimisitic!