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Bluewater’s First Gin Festival Coming Soon

This September, Bluewater will hold its first ever Gin Festival, in association with The Gin Lounge. Attendees will be able to sample a huge variety of gins and spirits plus take part in a host of masterclasses and workshops.

 

Running from Friday 27th September to Sunday 29th September, the exciting event is perfect for those looking to immerse themselves in the world of gin and find out more about some of the UK’s top distilleries, including Griffiths Brothers, Hinch Distillery, Silent Pool, Macmyra, Gin & Jones, and local Kent distillers, Copper Rivet.

 

Award-winning mixologists will be serving delicious cocktails from two exclusive bars, whilst experts from the country’s best gin makers will be on hand to lead masterclasses and talk through the intricacies of distilling.

Guests can also learn how to make classic drinks through interactive workshops and visit The Gin Lounge Shop to pick up bottles and gifts on the way home.

 

Even those who are not fans of gin will enjoy the festival, as a variety of other artisan spirits will be available, along with premium mixers courtesy of Double Dutch.

 

Tickets can be purchased at www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-bluewater-gin-festival-27th-29th-september-tickets-62849467449, and will entitle guests to a free G&T on entry, a Gin Festival booklet and even a commemorative Glencairn Crystal gin and tonic glass to take home.

 

Where:

The Marquee by the Village, Bluewater

When:

Friday 27th September: 12noon to 8pm
Saturday 28th September: 12noon to 8pm
Sunday 29th September: 12noon to 4pm

 

Tickets:

www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-bluewater-gin-festival-27th-29th-september-tickets-62849467449

 

Bluewater, Europe’s leading retail and leisure destination, offers great shopping with free, extra wide parking and has over 300 stores and more than 60 places to eat and drink. Plus, with a 17 screen Showcase Cinema de Lux including IMAX, Gravity Trampoline Park and Dinotropolis Adventure Park, there’s something for everyone. Find out more at bluewater.co.uk

 

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