Eau Claire Distillery Tours & Gift Shop

Tours, Tastings and Gift Shop

From Farm to Glass

As Alberta’s first independent craft distillery, Eau Claire stands for product and taste. Eau Claire believes in Alberta farmers and works to show respect for their best-in-the-world agricultural grain production through premium, made-at-home Canadian artisanal spirits.

Tours, Tastings & Gift Shop

Visit Eau Claire Distillery for a fascinating, behind the scenes look at how spirits are made. Your tour includes a visit into our working distillery amidst our beautiful, German made copper distilling towers, a visit into our exclusive dunnage barrel warehouse and a tasting of Eau Claire products, including some which are available only at the distillery.

This unique facility is one of the most talked about new tourist attractions in Alberta.

Eau Claire encourages groups of five or more to book ahead – weekends can be very busy.

Learn more about tour hours and admission prices on the Eau Claire tours and tastings web page.


  • Three Point Vodka
  • Parlour Gin
  • Prickly Pear Equinox
  • Gin Rummy
  • Christmas Gin
  • Single Malt Whiskey

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Unique Aspects of Eau Claire

  • Farm to Glass – Eau Claire produces its spirits from local Alberta grain.
  • Certified Farm Distillery – a unique designation which refers to our own farming operation, much like an estate winery.
  • Horse Farming – Our farming operation includes traditional horse farming for special edition rye and single malt whisky’s – unique in the world.
  • Certified Craft – our spirits are certified a craft by the American Craft Distilling Institute, which means they are handcrafted in small batches in a single distillery.
Sunset Boulevard Northwest 113
Turner Valley T0L 2A0 AB CA
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Summer Hours (May 2 - Sep 30) Sun: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Fri: - Sat 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Winter hours (Until May 1) Fri - Sun: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Responsible Food Production is The Key

The Regenerative Ag movement has given agriculture a chance to demonstrate its potential as a force for addressing climate change and preserving the planet for future generations. It was lost for a few generations while Industrial Agriculture proved to be both inadequate and devastating to both human health and nature. But many regenerative methods are back and better than ever with a true and clear understanding of why our ancestors used many of these practices for thousands of years before us.