10405373_652913888127593_3376054750289888880_nDeacon Giles Distillery
75 Canal Street

Crafting and distilling using modern techniques, blended with traditional artisanship.  Theirs is the first rum to be hand-crafted and distilled in Salem, MA for more than 100 years!



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Far From the Tree Cider
108 Jackson Street

High-quality hard cider made from local ingredients and exclusively natural ingredients. It is dry and refreshing and tastes deliciously of apples. That’s because the first ingredient in each of the company’s three current varieties is, in fact, pressed apples!

Brewery & Tap Room
283 Rear Derby Street

 American Session Beer brewed with quality ingredients, inspired by the world’s classic session styles from England, the Czech Republic, Germany and Belgium. Beer consumers like options, and session beer is a great one!

East Regiment Beer Company
30 Church Street #B1

Dedicated to producing the finest classic and modern style craft beer. Outdoor patio and taproom.




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Salem Spice
75 Wharf Street

Salem Spice is your source for Natural Culinary spices, BBQ Rubs, Traditional Spice Blends, Teas and Cooking supplies!





Salem Trolley
8 Central Street
(note this is NOT the Salem Spirits Trolley meet-up location)

 Since 1982, Salem Trolley has set the standard for sightseeing tours and exceptional transportation north of Boston. The Salem Trolley provides visitors with a narrated one hour tour and all day shuttle service through beautiful and historic Salem. Explore Salem’s witchcraft trials of 1692 or travel beyond the witchcraft hysteria into the fascinating realm of Salem’s literary and maritime history!


12227072_1726913044194930_7098508002113469628_n The Cheese Shop of Salem
45 Lafayette Street

This locally owned cheese shop features a fantastic selection of seasonal cheeses and current house favorites from all over the world including local cheeses and New England regional favorites. Enjoy an intriguing variety of milk types, flavors, textures, intensities, and provenances, as well as a charcuterie, fresh local breads, crackers, and a wide variety of grocery items that pair beautifully with cheese!