Redlands Distillery Cellar Door at historic Dysart House 26 Main St, Kempton, Tasmania OPEN: Monday to Saturday 10am - 4pm. CLOSED: Sunday
The grand coaching inn, built in 1842 by convict embezzler turned-innkeeper, William Ellis, was one of the finest inns on the road from Hobart to Launceston where weary travellers and their horses could rest overnight.
The convict brick stables, once home to 22 horses, is now home to Redlands' Tasmanian-made copper still, and our Bond Room.
The main residence, an imposing Georgian sandstone building, is now open to the public and houses our cellar door and whisky tasting rooms. Light lunch platters also available, along with a range of local produce, Redlands spirits, and merchandise.
Please drop in to say hello. We look forward to welcoming you.