Gin Lane To-Go

Gin Lane To-Go

Sunday - Thursday 12pm - 7-pm
Friday & Saturday 12pm - 8pm

 

Welcome to our Gin Lane To-Go. Offering a safe way to purchase Barr Hill Spirits, merchandise and craft cocktails at our distillery. Select from the links below to learn more.
**Masks and social distancing are required.**

Pre-Order Cocktails To-Go     |     Spirits & Merchandise     |     Community Donations Program

Cocktails To-Go

We offer cocktails to-go. You can order at curbside (you can view our menu here) or use our pre-order site and select a date and time for pick-up (highly encouraged). You can also add our spirits, raw honey, house-made mixers and select Vermont craft ciders and beer to your order.

HOW PRE-ORDERING WORKS

1 - Click through to our Pre-Order site, complete your order.

2 - You will receive a confirmation email.

3 - Head down to 116 Gin Lane at your designated time, park your car, put on your mask and head to outdoor retail setup under the tent.

4 - Pick up your order as well as any additional Barr Hill spirits and/or merchandise.

Spirits & Merchandise

Gin Lane To-Go

Buy our Barr Hill spirits, Raw Honey, Mixers, Merchandise, Local Craft Beer and Hand Sanitizer.

You can also pre-order select items from our Pre-Order site here.

Community Donations Program

In lieu of gratuity we accept donations for local non-profits.

We believe everyone on our team should earn a salary that recognizes the artistry of their work and that no one should have to rely on tips for their income.

Our staff earns a professional wage year-round and there is no tip obligation at our bar. If you choose to leave something, 100% will be donated to a non-profit organization working in our community.

March Community Donations Recipient

Circle is a community-based non-profit organization dedicated to ending domestic and sexual violence. Circle provides advocacy, support services, and shelter to help abuse survivors build on strengths to shape fulfilling lives for themselves and their children. Our 24-hour confidential hotline and shelter services empower women to move beyond the initial crisis through non- judgmental, emotional support provided by staff and volunteers on an individual basis. Operating in partnership with related Washington County Vermont organizations and agencies, Circle strives to mobilize community awareness, sensitivity, and response to domestic and sexual violence.