The information below relates to standard terms and conditions apply for goods and services. For online terms and conditions, subscription agreements and other legal documents relating to a website or a mobile application, please refer to the information under the section “Intellectual Property / Information Technology”.

  1. Terms and Conditions for Goods

The standard Terms and Conditions apply for the sale or purchase of physical goods to provide a framework for individual sale and purchase transactions. These are usually Terms and Conditions of Sales but occasionally Buyers may also have its own Terms and Conditions of Purchase. The Terms and Conditions stipulate how the transactions will be dealt with, without the time and cost involved in drawing up conditions for each individual transaction. By entering into the transaction, the counterparty is deemed to have accepted these Terms and Conditions without signing them (so long as these “Terms and Conditions” have been provided to the counterparty upfront).

  1. Conflicts between Sale and Purchase Agreement and Terms of Service

In the case where a separate Sale Agreement is signed and there is a conflict, the Agreement should stipulate that “the provisions of this Agreement shall prevail if there is any conflict between this Agreement and the Company’s terms of sale”. Similarly, if both parties have terms and conditions which are in conflict, one could include the following terms and conditions example: “Any terms appearing on the [Buyer/Seller]’s [purchase/sale] orders, or any other documents issued by the [Buyer/Seller], shall be wholly inapplicable to the sale of Products, and the terms of this Agreement shall prevail.”  

In certain jurisdictions, it is illegal to include consumer transaction exclusion clauses or to make statements as to the consumer’s rights without also notifying him that his statutory rights are unaffected. This not only renders these clauses void but may also be a criminal offence. Please check with local legal counsel on this issue.

  1. Terms and Conditions for Service

Terms and Conditions for Service are a set of rules and statements that potential users of the service must follow and agree to if they want to use the service. Setting terms and conditions is an important aspect of business whenever services are provided to other people or organizations. In order to draft good terms and conditions, one must consider the nature of its business, understand what types of terms are useful and will apply to the situation, where they should be placed, and how they will be accessed.

 The main advantages of applying Terms and Conditions to goods and services are:

  • Protect your business – specifying the terms of service will reduce the uncertainty and misunderstanding with the customers. 
  • Risk disclosures – disclosing to the customers on the risks of using the service can reduce claims from and liabilities to customers.


  • Prevent abuse – setting out guidelines for using the service and what will happen if the guidelines are not followed can prevent customers from misusing the service (including the right to terminate the service). 


  • Intellectual property rights – reserving the copyright, trademark and all other intellectual property right of the service provider can help to protect it from theft or misuse. 


  • Limitation of liability – disclaiming specific liabilities that the service provider will not be responsible for, and setting a cap on the maximum liability the service provider will be responsible for.


  • Applicable Law – providing the location of the service provider as the applicable law and venue for dispute resolution to prevent the possibility of the customer bringing a claim in another jurisdiction.


  1. Deemed Acceptance by Conduct


It is best if potential customers are asked to accept terms and conditions, prior to the sale and purchase of goods or use of the service. However, case laws have found that a binding and enforceable contract subsisted between parties to terms and conditions sent by one party to another, on the basis that the parties had, by their conduct, acceded to its terms, even though the terms and conditions provided have not been explicitly accepted or signed by the parties.


So long as the terms and conditions applied have been sent to the other party, it is possible to activate an incomplete contract by conduct through proceeding with the transaction or the use of service by the party. Resulting in that party finding itself being bound by promises which it had assumed it did not agree to.  


  1. Unfair Contract Terms  


Terms and Conditions are contractual and are legally binding. There is no exemption for not bothering to read the terms and conditions because they are too long, one-sided or too legalistic. Even though the standard terms and conditions for most companies are set out in a standard, print out form document, they may still be negotiable by the parties. There may be local Unfair Contract Terms law which prohibits the exclusion of negligence liability for personal injury by businesses, otherwise online terms and conditions would generally be enforceable.   



Terms and Conditions are usually not negotiated. They are deemed to have been accepted by the user upon transacting / using the service. Members are often confused about which template to use in terms and conditions. The following table is a quick reference guide:  


Documents When to Use Terms and Conditions of Professional Service Standard terms and conditions for professional services. This is applicable to professional services firm such as lawyers; accountants; surveyors etc. Terms and Conditions for Purchase of Goods Standard terms and conditions for the purchase of goods provide a framework for individual sale and purchase transactions. This is for purchaser, distributor or retailer. Terms and Conditions for Sale of Goods Standard terms and conditions for the sale or purchase of goods provide a framework for individual sale and purchase transactions.                                                    


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J Szatkowski
J Szatkowski
We really enjoyed Barrelhouse 6. The drinks were great and we the conversation was fun. We highly recommend going here if you are nearby.
Daniel Szatkowski
Daniel Szatkowski
Perfect place to spend an evening. Great deck with a view of the lake. Good beers on tap and mixed drinks for your pleasure.
Leslie Barkin
Leslie Barkin
Barrelhouse 6 is a distillery with excellently crafted cocktails, a gorgeous setting and a live music and food truck schedule! It is a fantastic edition to the Keuka Lake beverage trail offerings! Highly recommend
Teddy Polasek
Teddy Polasek
Newer distillery. Incredible product so far, with much more on the way. Fun ambience with enjoyable drinks. Highly recommended stop!
Tricia Gerhart
Tricia Gerhart
Pleasant place to visit! The staff is friendly, drinks are great and the view from the deck is breathtaking. Will visit again!
Wayne Kaufman
Wayne Kaufman
Amazing experience. They opened last spring. Tried their gin and moonshine. Really enjoyed them. They also pour local beers and wines. Have food trucks and live music. The place is beautiful- spent a few hours on their deck overlooking the Keuka Lake talking to their staff. The view is incredible. Kara the owner/master distiller was a delight. If You are in the area you have to stop by and check them out. It is absolutely worth your time.
Denise Coale
Denise Coale
Super fun place with friendly, knowledgeable staff, great cocktails and craft beer, good music, and beautiful view! I had a great time here!
Kierstin Keller
Kierstin Keller
Legit one if the better distilleries I have been to. Service was impeccable and drink were amazing!
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bmw guy
Good distillery with great view overlooking Keuka Lake.
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