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Five Saints Distilling and International Spirits is located in the former Humane Fire Engine Company No. 1. We offer a whiskey cocktail bar, beer, wine, retail sales, tours, evening arts and entertainment, and private events. Currently we are a BYOF...more
We weren't able to make the tour but we stopped in at the end of a long travel day. The house cocktails were incredible. The live music was entertaining and the decor was awesome. The inside of the bar in the bays of an old...More
Interesting place for a distillery- in the heart of Norristown - but in a great repurposed fire house. Spirits are good. The bartender on that night made some great drinks for us. Only negative is that they have limited food- just pretzels and chips
This is a must visit for anyone who loves craft spirits and local history. My husband and I arrived a little early for our 1:30 tour and were immediately welcomed by Heather. We took a seat at the bar and made the tough decision of...More
Lovely distillery in an old fire station -- especially loved sitting in the Kem Weber chairs and watching the world go by while sipping a martini and listening to jazz.
The gin is quite unique -- even bought a bottle to take home.
Had no plans on Saturday and wanted a local activity to beat the snow. Decided to take the tour here and it was well worth it! Great atmosphere, drinks, tour, and people. The Tuscan style gin is phenomenal.
The location is super cool since it's in a fire house that's over a 100 years old. That instantly draws you in. They've kept all of the old memorabilia and historical integrity of the structure. Just love that. The owner gives a great tour and...More
We are living in an apartment in Coshohocken, PA, directly on the Philly to Pottstown bike trail. We rode a couple of weeks ago and saw a sign for the "Five Saints Distillery" about 5 miles out in Norristown. So, of course, we had to...More