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Is it safe? 

Your safety is very important to us.  Our safety requirements are clear and we will ensure that all players are aware of them.  Anyone who does not comply with these safety requirements will be asked to cease participation or may be asked to leave the premises.

How can I book?

Bookings can be made online.  Click here to book now. If you have a larger group, please drop us a message and we'll hook you up with a discount.

Is spectating available?

Of course!  If you just want to watch your group, you are more than welcome to spectate free of charge.

What should I wear?

Comfy clothes are best but what you wear is pretty much up to you.  No open toed shoes though please! (You will be required to wear the crocs of shame should you need them)
Clothing that allows for arm movement is ideal.  In the winter months it can be chilly, layers are advised but you will warm up once you start throwing.

Is there an age limit?

Regular sessions are open to all aged 8+.
Anyone under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult.  For private bookings, please get in touch!


Can I play whilst pregnant?

We don't see why not but if you have concerns, its always best to check with your doctor first.

Is parking available?
Parking is available on site.
I have restricted mobility, can I still play?

We want to ensure that everyone can enjoy axe throwing as much as we do!  However, our priority is safety.  This activity involves relatively low intensity but does require some movement, particularly upper body.  If you are in doubt or have any questions, please give us a call to discuss your requirements and how we can support you.  We will always try to accommodate everyone.

Can I drink alcohol?

Axe throwing and beer go great together... in moderation! We've teamed up with a few local breweries to bring you the best craft beers around. We're also proud to serve American staple PBR (Pabst Blue Ribbon), a selection of other much loved favourites and even wine! We ask all participants to sign a waiver prior to throwing any axes to say that you are fit to take part.  This includes not being under the influence of excessive alcohol and zero drugs.  If you are suspected to be under the influence of excessive alcohol (at our discretion) on arrival or at any point throughout your session which results in your behaviour becoming unsafe, you will be asked to cease participation and spectate only. You (and your group) may be asked to leave the premises without refund in some circumstances. The aim of the horn and hatchet bar is to add that little something extra to your session, support local breweries and bring you the best axe throwing experience possible! Cheers!

Can we bring our own alcohol?

Nope, we serve it. No outside alcohol is allowed.

What's included in the session?

Sessions last 1 hour and 30 mins. Each session includes instruction, practice time, team games and competitions.

Are food & refreshments available?

We don't have a kitchen but you're welcome to bring your own food with you! (There are some amazing local food companies nearby) We have a wide range of refreshments available including our very own coffee blend "Valhalla Fika", Tea, Hot Chocolate, Soft Drinks & Alcohol.

Can I bring my own axe?

League members and regulars are welcome to bring their own axes. If you're not a league member or regular, any axes must be checked and OK'd by staff before they can be thrown. Any axes purchased from us can be brought and used without staff inspection.

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