Gin School

Upcoming Event: The origins of gin-making and modern techniques with tour and tasting

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Elliott Rose of Loxley Gin School and Tour Guide talks about the history of gin-making techniques, and the modern types and flavours.

Date: Wednesday 15th June 7.00pm – 9.00pm

Elliott Rose of Locksley Gin school & tour guide based in Portland Works will talk about their gin-making techniques, types and flavours. His talk will take place in the historic “Makerspace” and will be followed by a tour of his gin making facility at Portland Works with a sample tasting of their delicious Sir Robin of Locksley Distilled Artisan and other flavours of gin.

Portland Works is home to 34 different makers and small-businesses with craft and skill at the heart of each one. Book early for this one as places are limited.

The Locksley Story

A little over eight years ago, John Cherry started Locksley Distilling Co. Ltd from the humble beginnings of his parent’s attic. What began as one person in an attic has grown into a team of seven, operating from a grade 2* listed distillery.

In that short period of time, the world of gin has exploded; however, their Sir Robin of Locksley® Gin has always had points of differentiation, and the qualities that made us stand out from our inception continue to set them apart from an increasingly competitive crowd.

This event is on Wednesday 15 June from 7.00pm – 9.00pm at Portland Works on Randall Street. Tickets are £5.00 and can be booked via Eventbrite.

For more information on this event, please contact Andy Kershaw at andy.kershaw@blueyonder.co.uk

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