Time to indulge yourselves into the wonders of Gin. The Gin Festival is back! What better way to stay warm in the winter months than with the spirit of Gin between your mittens!
It’s the biggest Gin Festival in the UK and it is soon to be spreading its vibrancy within city of Brighton. From the 4th and 5th November surrounding the Clarendon Centre, you can embrace up to 100 different flavours of Gin, cocktails and Fever-Tree tonics and mixers.
Gin lovers unite
This tasteful yet boozy festival has come a long way since its first launch in 2012 flourishing with a whopping 10,000 Gin Lovers throughout the country – and we are still wondering why this hasn’t made a seasonal holiday!
Nothing goes better with an alcoholic bevvy than a spot of live music and entertainment! You can sip on an endless amount of our exclusive gins such as Ely Chocolate Orange or Zymurgorium Rose, amongst others that are made especially for the festival.
The gin festival founders
The true essence and what makes this a fantastic event are the deeply passionate founders Jym Harris and Wife Marie, who are true advocators of Gin:
‘We originally started Gin Festival as we absolutely love gin and couldn’t find any events to attend like ours, so we started our own! We couldn’t have predicted how quickly the company and demand for events would grow in only a few years. We love that we can bring the joy and diversity of great gin to gin lovers all over the UK.’
Free rides to the festival with Uber
The taxi service Uber is teaming up with the festival to give attendees their first ride, either to or from the festival, free up to the value of £15. If you sign up to the service on the app for the first time and enter in the promocode GINFESTIVAL, then the free ride is all yours.
What the gin are you waiting for?
When the end is nearing and you don’t want home time to be an option, the festival has collated a party bag of Gin to take home with you. The ‘Gin Explorer’ helps you to choose one (or more depending on how much your passion for Gin has grown) of the three Gin subscription packages. Each box contains their own little thought out plan on taking you through the intricacies of Gin that are tailored to your taste buds. Why not take home the true elements of the Festival with you?
With £7.50 a head for tickets you are welcomed with your very own copa glass and a welcome pack including a brochure with all the Gins featured at the festival. In other words, all the Gin is at your fingertips.
It’s a simple process, buy your drink token upon arrival (£5 per token), for any of the four bars with the additional cocktail bar. It’s run across three sessions, one evening session on the 4th November from 6:30pm-11pm and two sessions on the 5th November, one early afternoon from 12:30pm-5pm and another evening session from 6:30pm-11pm.
If you fancy your taste buds tickled by the finest of Gins, then this Festival is your calling.
To find out more information about the Festival visit www.ginfestival.com.
Preview by Simi Manik