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Seacrets Distilling Company

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emgsoccer wrote a review Oct 2020
Media, Pennsylvania61 contributions13 helpful votes
We went early on a Friday afternoon and had a great time. The owner has stocked the distillery with early 1900's antiques. The tour guide provides a lot of information and the distillery is focused on Rum and Vodka. The tour ends at a bar where visitors choose 3 shots of spirits. We enjoyed the Bumbleberry Vodka and Lemon Drop Vodka.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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David C wrote a review Oct 2020
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My wife and I did a tour and tasting this afternoon, and it was one of the most entertaining tours we have ever done. The distillery is a museum of antiques, and a manufacturing tour revealing the production methods of some delightful libations, all at the same time—topped off by some tasty samplings! The place is filled with thousands of dollars worth of marvelous Prohibition era antiques, all at the service of the production of some very fine rums, gins, vodkas and whiskeys. Our 5 p.m. tour guide was a gracious host and a font of wide-ranging details to satisfy curiosity. Especially you Ocean City "old hands": don’t miss this unique, hometown, treat!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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goldenparadox wrote a review Sep 2020
Elkridge, Maryland332 contributions156 helpful votes
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As far as the actual tour of the distillery, I’ve been on better. The facts of the actual distilling process were slightly lacking. The focus was on the building and decor itself which is mostly all original and from the 1920-30s era. Very cool. Not only are they antiques, but the way they were worked into the building was also very neat. Each piece had a story— the bricks, the doors, the signs.... definitely made it worth it. They did a great job building the Prohibition theme in you really felt like you were there. For the tasting, you get 3 full shots— that’s way more than I’ve ever gotten on other tastings. I’m not a shot person, more of a mixed drink person so sadly a lot was wasted. The lemon vodka and coconut rum very good. I didn’t care for the gin.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Leslie K wrote a review Feb 2020
Williamsport, Pennsylvania73 contributions27 helpful votes
The decor and attention to detail in this on-site distillery was very interesting. Someone took alot of time and made great effort to provide a knowledgeable and quite interesting tour. There were so many things to look at I'm sure we missed more than a few. We didn't even realize an hour had passed when the tour concluded.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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neal1 wrote a review Feb 2020
Gaithersburg, Maryland59 contributions66 helpful votes
We were hesitant on taking another brewery/distillery/alcohol tour. However, this was a good pay day. You are first greeted into a lobby as if you were back in the 30's during Prohibition. They spent $1.8 million in antiques for the tour as if it were 1930. As the operation may not be on scale like Jim Beam or Jack Daniels (by a long shot) the tour is tastefully done as a theme. After the tour you complete your Speak Easy by gaining access to a behind the scenes bar. This is where you get to try 3 shots on your list they provided of 15 items. The shot glasses are nicely iced to provide maximum taste. They even provide you with a Dr. prescription as back in the day for attending. The different alcohols and flavors are award winning and worth buying in the gift shop afterwards. My wife and I are glad to took this tour and I would recommend to all. FYI, we heard Seacrets was looking into opening at the Inner Harbor. This would be a huge mistake as the inner city has crime problems and not worthy of this kind of establishment. They are better off looking at the MGM National harbor and build out a facility that rivals their current one. The influx of customers from the DC Metro area would flock for the opportunity.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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