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Port Chilkoot Distillery

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Port Chilkoot Distillery

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34 Blacksmith Street, Haines, AK 99827
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Explore the route of the historic Dalton Trail up through the Chilkat Pass and learn about Tlingit history in the region with a tour of the Haines Sheldon Museum and Jilkaat Kwaan Heritage Center<br><br>- Depart from the Port Chilkoot Cruise Ship Dock and Haines Visitor Center <br><br>- Visit Fort Seward, the U.S. Army base in Haines from 1903 to 1945<br><br>- Tour the Haines Sheldon Museum and its more than 4,000 artifacts<br><br>- Travel through the Bald Eagle Preserve, en route to Klukwan <br><br>- Learn the history of the Tlingit and their life on these lands at the Jilkaat Kwaan Heritage Center<br><br>- Climb the Chilkat Pass along the historic Dalton Trail and observe the parting of the glacier run-off waters flowing toward the Yukon and Alaska<br><br>- Enjoy lunch atop of the Chilkat Pass amongst the breathtaking views above the tree line in the alpine tundra<br><br>- Visit the Dalton Cache trading post built by Jack Dalton in the 1890’s Klondike Gold Rush<br><br>- Return to Haines, Alaska
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Rescue wrote a review Sep 2019
141 contributions28 helpful votes
Nothing like sitting out on the porch having a delicious gin and tonic, all of which was made there. Yummy!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Ric B wrote a review Aug 2019
Terrace, Canada94 contributions52 helpful votes
My wife & I stopped in for a drink on Aug.17 while waiting for a table at the nearby Fireweed Restaurant. Our only disappointment was that we had not discovered the distillary sooner. The Five Fathoms Gin is simply amazing and easily the most pleasant I've ever imbibed, including Bombay Sapphire my former favourite. Regrettably we live in Canada and currently are unable to order Five Fathoms. Guess I'll have to travel north again next year...it would be worth it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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OurWanderingCasa wrote a review Aug 2019
Burlington, Canada635 contributions134 helpful votes
Nice tasting, good selection. Was disappointed that you just order your selection & take it out on the patio to enjoy. No explanations like what differentiates their product or a history of the distillery. Good product, especially like the vodka.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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wahoowa1213 wrote a review Aug 2019
Flemington1,163 contributions201 helpful votes
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We make it a habit to visit local distilleries when we travel. Port Chilkoot distillery may be the best distillery I've ever been to. Certainly, their 50 Fathoms gin is the best gin ever. The distillery itself is in this small wooden building with a large porch for drinking. The bartenders make the best cocktails - we went every day of our trip and never had a less than perfect drink. Just an awesome place to get an awesome drink.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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waterdance wrote a review Jun 2019
Las Vegas, Nevada593 contributions223 helpful votes
This is a distillery that makes alcohol from glacial water. Flights are around $2 for 0.5 oz. Yeah kind of expensive but a lot of people hang out here. Don't go to the brewery that is in town, they have poor service. Come here instead. You also get a view of the lake and cruise ship. Ariel is a big flirt. 5 in walk from port dock.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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