D3 is AZ's oldest craft distillery. When you boondock here, you are welcome to take a tour or do a tasting. This will include the shot glass to take with you. We do rum tasting & whiskey tastings. We are pet-friendly, and there is space to spread out, with a covered porch with seating, a gazebo, and areas for a bit of privacy if needed. Our areas for RVs are paved, with two double gates as needed. We have a full one acre that is paved out front. Arrivals should be here at least an hour before closing, but preferable by 3 pm to 3:30 pm. Lunch in the historic traincar is available from 11 am until 4 pm when the Rail Car Kitchen closes. We are closed most Tuesdays and Wednesdays (but call in case we are here when you want to come) and we close at 5 pm most days. Fridays and Saturdays we close at 6 pm. We have maps to more attractions, eating establishes and hiking and biking as well as retail opportunities. We host people who want to do something fun and different. Check out our website, www.desertdiamonddistillery.com. We can ship to AZ and NV addresses. Our Agave Rum is available to purchase in about 25 states through liquorama.net.
*We are closed Tuesday and Wednesday*. Don't be afraid to call to see if we are here. We may be working that weekend.
Arrivals at least one to two hours before closing.
Departures before 12 am preferred, but 2 pm is acceptable, just let us know.
Keep pets on leash. (This is due to being in an industrial park with unexpected noises, wild animals like skunks and coyote). We want your pets to stay safe!
We are family-friendly. All ages welcome, we expect you to keep a close eye on your children for the same reasons as keeping your pets on a leash. Children under the age of 18 may take the tour for free.
Be advised we do not provide electricity or water because it is 3x more expensive at an industrial park. If there is an emergency, we ask that you be prepared to make a donation to that end.
Please ask about bbqs due to possible fire restrictions.
One last thing: GPS's have a hard time with this address - this has been going on for 11 years! Please, do not use your GPS except as a guide. Find the Kingman Airport. There is only one way in. Turn in and go straight through the four way stop, then over railroad tracks and take a right on Olympic. (Way or Street? - no one knows). We are the red building on the left.
All paved. We are four miles from I-40 in Kingman, AZ.
We have a large space of about one acre that is concrete with two double gates. We can usually accommodate anything.
We are closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays, but about half the time, we are available during those dates so I do not block them out.
Thank you for being patient with us in 2020. We will be in the process of starting to schedule Tours for the Distillery and the Train, as well as working on Lunches out of the soon the be "Lost Rail Car Kitchen". Twice per month, we will be seating for high-end dinners inside the train, with a master chef who will be serving multiple courses of delicious food cooking with our local spirits and using high-end olive oils and vinegar, and our signature Vanilla extracts.
Stetson Winery, Cella Winery, Alpaca Farm, Keepers of the Wild, Museums in downtown Kingman (4), Hailaipai Mountains for hiking, biking. Two breweries on Beale street in downtown Kingman, along with mom and pop restaurants, and eclectic shops and retail opportunities. Hiking & Biking (downtown Kingman). Ft. Beale hiking loop.
Buffeted by hi winds enroute, I found the peace I was looking for. At the airport? Not one plane. Trains? The soulful whistle off in distance gave me a restful sleep. Now the rooster crowing at 5am (I was already up!), was the icing on the cake. What a great memory of my childhood to start my day! Loved it. And delightful hosts! Thanks a million!
As a train buff, I loved what they’ve done to preserve the old Pullman car. Definitely worth stoping. Be sure to try one of their lunch options and certainly a tasting.
The owned family business were super sweet. The location is quiet and easy reach. We bought a bottle of their delicious rum even though it isn't usually our favorite drink. Highly recommended.
D3 Spirits is located in more of an industrial area. But this area is relatively quiet compared to other parts of Kingman that have train tracks close by. We had a pleasant stay here. Had a great rum and whiskey tasting and had lunch in their train car. Very cool. We thought the rums in particular were very good and bought some as gifts. Definitely would stay here again.
Be sure to arrive in time for lunch and a tasting!! Our server was entertaining and knowledgeable about the distilling process and the cook prepared wonderful tasty paninis. Can’t wait to come by Kingman again for another overnight stay. Thanks to all that made our stay pleasant.
We enjoyed our stay at D3. Took a tour of the operation and had a tasting as well. Left with some nice additions to our liquor cabinet. Will definitely stay again.
Very gracious hosts. Deborah gave us a tour of the process of making Rum. Very informative.
Nice level parking spots.
A great stop with nice people. If you go there, be sure and try their Agave Rum. Very tasty! Nice concrete
driveway with lots of room, 5 rvs were parked there when I was there. Plenty of room. I only wish their
planned restaurant (in the train car) was open. I would have enjoyed trying it out.
We had a great experience at D3Spirits. The owner gave us a tour of their facility and explained the alcohol making process which we knew nothing about. She patiently answered all our questions. After the tour we did a tasting of some of their products. She is passionate about her business and it shows they take pride in their work.
Their location is easy to find and we had no trouble getting there. Upon arrival, we decided to back in our 30' travel trailer and had no problems as there was plenty of room to maneuver. We parked up against a wooden fence in their front lot and the fence helped block the wind and we had a peaceful nights rest. There is an airport nearby but we didn't hear any plane noise. The property was clean and well maintained.
We would stay at this location again. Thank you for being BW Hosts and teaching us about your products!
Enjoyed our tour and tasting...very informative! Friendly and accommodating.
When we pulled into Desert Diamond Distillery in mid-March 2019, we were warmly greeted, and instructed on how easy it was to boondock for the night on a concrete paved level surface. Our hosts, Deborah and John Patt were very gracious and extremely passionate about their distilling. The Distillery tour was fascinating and given with interesting facts and lots of levity. Their rum spirits are ‘top-shelf’ and complemented with a few high-end products to enhance your dining pleasures.
We look forward to returning to D3Spirits to purchase more of their terrific rum spirits.
Bri and Jud
Enjoyed staying here and doing tasting and tour at the distillery. Great rum. Parking was paved and level.