‘Life is about the journey, not the destination’
Ralph Waldo Emerson
This is something that we embrace as did our forebearers. Life is an adventure, where you are continually learning and moving forward. We took a leap of faith into the unknown, a world filled with colour, flavour, and beauty. There were no boundaries and through journeying the currents we have discovered new shores. Our adventure has seen obstacles overcome, dead ends navigated, and new doors opened. Our lives have been enriched by a wonderful vibrant community who have welcomed us with open arms. Downton Distillery has been able to become more than the concept it once was, drawn up on a piece of paper. As with all ventures, trust your gut instinct when a situation may not seem right, walk away when needed, it is all part of the journey. Learn, laugh, grow and work to live, for your adventure has only just begun.
We are continually improving our carbon footprint through both environmental and sustainability initiatives. We believe that our bottle is too beautiful to throw away and are keen that you reuse and refill it. Every reused bottle not only helps to save the planet but also saves you money. This saving we pass straight to you. You can now refill your bottle at Downton Brewery saving yourself 29%.
You can now collect your online bottle order from Regent Tailoring. A brilliant tailor, personal stylist and curator of contemporary fashion, Regent Tailoring has become an institution in Salisbury over the past fifteen years. Whilst collecting your bottle feel free to have a look around this beautiful shop.
Please show your confirmation e-mail with order number when collecting your bottle.
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