Beverley Gin Festival Set To Raise The Bar With Unique Event  

Beverley Gin Festival Set To Raise The Bar With Unique Event  
Gin Festival Set To Raise The Bar With Unique Event

Gin Festival organisers say their event will set them apart from other gin events in the town.  Taking place next month at , those behind the event are promising more than just gin.

They will not only bring a wide range of gins to the event but they will also be incorporating craft beer and food.

  Gin Festival is a joint venture between friends James Allcock and . They are looking to capitalise on the ginaissance that is sweeping across the UK.

Was known as Mother’s Ruin sales of gin have never been higher with over 73M bottles being sold in 2019.

Speaking to .net James said the pair came up with the idea as a result of their shared passion for gin and socialising.

Explaining more about the event he told .net;  

“It’s been an idea that bubbling for a couple of years. The popularity of gin has shown no sign of slowing down and it was more a case of finding the right venue.”

“After struggling with other places we eventually approached the minster and the leapt at the chance.”

“It is an event that is being organised by myself and my friend Rob. We both have a passion for gin, and socialising.”

Enjoy Food And Other Drinks At  Gin Festival

“We think it is these passions that will help ensure that our festival is better than the rest. Also, we have made it wider-reaching by having craft beer, prosecco, street food, live music, and cocktails.”

“So whilst there is a 100 of the worlds best gins a non-gin drinker would still have a great time.”

Tickets for the Gin Festival which takes place between Friday 20 and 21 March are on sale now. They start at just £15 while deals are available that bundle entry with drinks tokens.

To find out more or to book tickets visit www.

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