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This summer, we had a great time celebrating our 4th annual Gin Festival with more than 40 gins to sample at each of our outlets.
Many of you enjoyed our show-stopping gins from a range of breweries as well as sampling some delicious summer serves.
From sweet and fruity sloe gins to summer cups and Old Tom styles, all the way through to the juniper-heavy and robust, navy strength gins.
We’ve been perfecting pubs since 1873 and we’re proud to have over 140 years of botanical heritage. So it was only right that throughout our Gin Festival, we took our guests on a taste expedition serving the finest gins of all kinds.
For this year’s Gin Festival, we partnered with a range of famous breweries like Adnams and BrewDog, who have created their very own selection of gins. Each gin was a hit with our guests, and they were certainly enjoyed by those who gave them a try!
A zest-filled start gives way to delicate spice notes from the coriander, pink peppercorns and mace: a perfect complement to the citrus fruits. Lavender provides a delicate floral sweetness and Scots pine needles help to embed the juniper. We’ve paired this with Fever-Tree Premium Indian Tonic.
Made with Adnams award-winning Copper House Dry Gin with a dash of raspberries – It’s the perfect drink for a summers day. Best paired with Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic.
A collaboration gin using hops straight out of the Purity hop store, creating a collusion of modern distilling and brewing. We love to pair this with Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic.
Tiny Rebel has transformed their iconic and impossibly fruity Clwb Tropicana IPA into a gin. It’s pure, unadulterated summertime in liquid form which we pair with Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Tonic.
Crafted with their Cornish neighbours, Sharp's Brewery. The award-winning Tarquin's Cornish Dry Gin recipe is the base, then on top of this, they add three of Sharp’s aromatic brewing hops: pilot, cascade and crystal. Best paired with Fever-Tree Ginger Ale.
A fresh, elegant and aromatic gin which captures the fragrance of the Western Algarve. Small batch distillation with only 198 bottles being produced per batch. Best paired with Fever-Tree Aromatic Tonic.
This gin was produced with distilled Bacchus grape skins and infused with juniper, coriander, elderflower, orris, angelica, lavender, orange peel and lemon. We love to pair this with Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic.
(only available in London pubs)
King of Soho, anything goes. A smooth & full bodied flavour gives way to classic juniper and pine notes, along with a refreshing zest of citrus oil — all balanced by angelica root and cassia. Best paired with Fever-Tree Premium Tonic.
Here are a few of the ways you can enjoy some of our select gins:
The perfect summer serve and a real taste of Cornwall. We’ve paired the Tarquin’s Hopster Gin with Fever-Tree Ginger Ale and garnished with a lime wedge and a sprig of mint.
A simply classic gin & tonic. Chapel Down Bacchus Gin paired with Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Tonic and garnished with an orange wedge.
A throwback to a quintessential British Flavour. We take JJ Whitley Violet gin and pair it with Fever-Tree Indian Tonic and garnish it with a lemon wedge.
A delicious summer drink using our favourite orange gin. Tanqueray Flor De Sevilla paired with Fever-Tree Aromatic Tonic and garnished with a lime wedge.
Midsummer Solstice is a small batch, limited release from Hendrick’s gin which we pair with Fever-Tree Refreshingly Light Tonic and garnish with cucumber slices and an orange garnish.
The popularity of Gin in recent years has seen a rise in non-traditional places, such as breweries, wanting to try their hand at making their own version.
This year, it's all about the quality of gin - there’s been a huge rise in premium gins as well as new desire to try different mixers, like ginger ale.
Keep an eye out for our next gin adventure! In the meantime, why don’t you come and enjoy our stellar selection of premium & world gins — served in a tall glass over ice and garnish.
Excited to come to our 4th annual Gin Festival? Have a look at our video from last year’s event, as well as some pictures to get a flavour of what to expect.