Our restaurant, Kyrö Tourism Board (Kyrön Matkailun Edistämiskeskus), offers dinner packages for groups, focusing on Finnish delicacies and locally sourced ingredients. The pre-ordered packages can be tailored to also include a Kyrö spirit tasting, a cocktail school and a distillery tour that brings the story behind Kyrö spirits truly to life.
During visitor centre opening hours, individual customers are also very welcome to join distillery tours and tastings. Booking in advance is not required, just come in!
We can arrange distillery tours to groups with minimum 10 persons. Come and see how the world's best gin is made! Fill in details below and Tony (or Tonto as we call him) will come back to you within two working days.
Distillery bar is open on Saturdays between 4pm-7pm. Distillery tour (10€) starts at 4.30pm. Tours primarily in Finnish - for English tours, please get in touch in advance, email@example.com.
Additionally, every first Saturday of the month, we organise a live music event at the distillery bar between 4pm-12am, with a distillery tour (10€) starting at 6.30pm.
2nd Dec Christmas Party
6th Dec Independence Day celebrations
16th Dec Christmas Carols - Kauneimmat joululaulut
31st Dec New Years Eve
Distillery restaurant is closed from 22.12. to 5.1., except New Years Eve.
6th Jan Stage Addicts
3rd Feb Hei Hei Hyvä Veli
End of summer -festival Kyröfest on August 19th - come join us for a good old fashioned village party!
More about Isokyrö
The village’s eventful and even bloody history is an endless source of local lore and legends.
For instance, near 100 skeletons dating back to the Iron Age have been discovered in the village’s Leväluhta spring and the memorial of the infamous 1714 battle of Napue is located just a stone’s throw away from the visitor’s centre.
The stunning wall murals of the Old Church completed in 1831 depict the stories of Old and New Testament and are amongst the first of their kind in Finland. Also, the only South Ostrobothnian manor house can be found in Isokyrö. The history of the Orisberg manor dates back to the year 1676, when the first ironworks was established in the area.
Especially in the summer time there are many local events, centred around the beautiful Old Church, so why don’t you come see the sites and join the fun!