Sustainability and Warner's Distillery
Our distillery at Falls Farm is based in the beautiful village of Harrington, in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside. Our gin is crafted with nature. We draw water from our spring, grow botanicals on our farm, and collect fresh honey from our own beehives. We try to keep things local and, as custodians of the land, we harvest with a respect for nature and the community. As we go, we try to give back more than we take.
We rely on the generosity of nature and believe in respecting the land around us. The village of Harrington is said to be 'built on rock and water', with natural springs in abundance across Falls Farm.
Where we rely on a healthy environment to grow and forage for the best quality ingredients, we feel a duty of care to give back, and maintain the countryside around us in the highest order, with particular emphasis on biodiversity. This is a value we want to engage with our consumers on, and where possible, demonstrate how business and conservation can and should work together. Through our award winning stakeholder engagement initiatives, we hope to lead by example and encourage others to make a positive impact too.
Our 2020 environmental and sustainability strategy focuses on 4 key areas:
Responsible waste management
Responsible sourcing, consumption & production
Footprint Drinks Sustainability Winner 2019
We are proud winners of the Footprint Drinks Sustainability Awards 2019. This award – to honour our Honeybee Gin initiatives of supporting pollinators through improving habitat, providing education and our ongoing work with the RHS – embodies our mission to become as self-sufficient & environmentally sustainable as possible.
Here's a few of our successes to date
have been planted on our farm within the last year.
botanicals have been planted on our farm
wildflower seed packets gifted
+ 5 acres
of wildflower meadow available locally around our farm
=42.6 tonnes of CO2 saved by changing to sourcing from local & UK suppliers
We look after approx.
Honeybees at Falls Farm