Win Tickets To This Year’s Liquor Market And The New G&J Greenall Book

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To celebrate the upcoming Liquor Market and the launch of the new book ‘G & J Greenall: A Spirited Story of Gin and Genius’, written by Richard Barnett and Violeta Ruiz Cuenca, I’ve five copies and five tickets to give away to spirit lovers everywhere!

The book looks into G&J Distillers, originally known as G&J Greenall, a company with more than 250 years of heritage, distilling superior spirits to perfection since 1761. The distillery in Warrington, North West England, is one of the oldest gin distilleries in the world and is the oldest continuous gin distillers in production today.

With archived photos, cocktail recipes created by myself, Dave Marsland of Drinks Enthusiast, and a detailed look into both the 250 year history and production methods for one of the most recognisable gin brands in the UK, ‘G & J Greenall: A Spirited Story of Gin and Genius’ is perfect for amateurs and enthusiasts alike.

The Liquor Market is in its second year and will be held at Elixir Tonics & Treats on Deansgate in Manchester, Saturday 27th September. The perfect place to experience a wide variety of spirits, as well as learn hints and tips on how to enjoy at home. Local bartender and photographer Jamie Stephenson will also be on hand with a curation of his work.

To be in with a chance of winning a book and ticket, simply visit http://www.gjdistillers.com and tell me who founded the company that became G&J Greenall?
Follow @LiquorMarket and tweet your answer using the hashtag #GJDistillers. Terms and Conditions apply. You must be able to attend the Liquor Market on Saturday 27th September to claim your prize.

Good luck!

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

By entering this competition, you agree to the Terms and Conditions which can be found below.

You must be able to attend the Liquor Market on Saturday 27th September to claim your prize.

“By entering this competition, you agree to the following terms and conditions of entry: You are of legal drinking age and entering from and resident of the UK. The competition closes at 11.59pm on Sunday 21st September. To enter the competition, you must tell me who founded the company that became G&J Greenall, Follow @LiquorMarket and tweet your answer using the hashtag #GJDistillers. Five winners will be randomly selected from all complete & correct entries. One entry per person, no bulk or third party entries. The prize is one copy of the book ‘G & J Greenall: A Spirited Story of Gin and Genius’, written by Richard Barnett and Violeta Ruiz Cuenca, and one complimentary ticket to the Liquor Market, organised by Drinks Enthusiast. There are five prizes to be won, and no cash or prize alternatives. No purchase necessary. The winning entries will be drawn at random from all valid entries received before the deadline. The winner will be notified by email and no responsibility is taken for incorrectly supplied email addresses. You give consent for Drinks Enthusiast, G&J Distillers Greenall’s Gin to use your name and photograph on Drinks Enthusiast, G&J Distillers Greenall’s Gin website/social media, in association with this competition. Drinks Enthusiast reserves the right to amend, vary or withdraw the Competition at any time owing to circumstances beyond its reasonable control. This competition will be governed by laws of England & Wales. The Promoter: Drinks Enthusiast, 30 Gawsworth Close, Timperley, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA15 7EG.

Countries eligible to enter the competition: United Kingdom only.

Competition closes on Sunday 21st September, the winner will be selected at random and notified on Monday 23rd September, with delivery of the prize on Saturday 27th September at Elixir Tonics & Treats, Manchester.

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