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Named an Ontario Signature Experience, our Drinks of Walkerville tour celebrates what is unique and exceptional about Canada’s southernmost city, including a tour inside of North America’s largest distillery.

Enjoy a hands-on tour of the Hiram Walker & Sons distillery, learn the history and brewing process of Walkerville Brewery, then finish off the tour enjoying cocktails from F&B.

Highlights of the Drinks of Walkerville tour include:

  • A hands-on tour of the largest distillery in North America – Hiram Walker & Sons – home to J.P. Wiser’s Canadian Whisky.
  • A guided tasting of 4 Canadian whiskies inside the J.P. Wiser’s Brand Centre: Wiser’s Deluxe, Lot 40, Gooderham & Worts, and Pike Creek.
  • A special fifth tasting directly from a whisky barrel.
  • Stop to take photos in front of the “Whisky Palace”, the original Canadian Club headquarters.
  • Stroll through Hiram Walker’s historic company town, Walkerville, and learn about the history, the architecture and the folklore associated with Whiskytown Canada.
  • See the location where Ford of Canada came into existence.
  • Learn about the graffiti art that adorns the alleys of Walkerville.
  • Step into F&B and enjoy some of the best craft cocktails in the city.
  • Sip on a flight of 4 craft beers at the award-winning Walkerville Brewery before grabbing 12oz beer of your choice to tour the facility with.

Additional Info:

Safety: The distillery is an active work site. Entry will not be permitted without closed-toe shoes. Do not wear heels.
Age Restriction: Must be 19+ to participate in the tour.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Accessibility? Unfortunately, the tour is not handicap accessible and there are many, many stairs to climb.
More Details: Detailed information regarding the tour will be sent to you the week of.
Refunds: Tickets are non-refundable.



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