Bombay Sapphire’s ‘The Glasshouse Project’ Continues World-Wide Multi-Stop Tour In Manchester

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BOMBAY SAPPHIRE, the world’s number one premium gin, has announced
Manchester, UK, as the next stop of The Glasshouse Project. Taking place 14-16 August, the vibrant city is the second stop in the global tour of the brand advocacy initiative following the launch of this year’s programme in Mallorca last month. Designed especially for the world’s top-tier bartenders, The Glasshouse Project aims to push the boundaries of creativity within mixology.

Through collaborative, interactive talks and seminars led by leading figures from both inside and outside the drinks industry, The Glasshouse Project looks to identify how cultural, social and economic influences and trends can affect gin consumption and cocktail creativity. The outcome is a series of workshops designed to rethink mixology in the gin category and provide attendees with the information and inspiration to create their own bespoke serves to list in their respective bars.

The session has been put together by Renaud de Bosredon and Sean Ware, U.K. and Northern Europe Brand Ambassadors for BOMBAY SAPPHIRE respectively, and will be attended by Raj Nagra, Global Brand Ambassador for BOMBAY SAPPHIRE, with speakers including Mark Shayler (Director of This is Ape, a sustainable innovation consultancy), Dr. Rachel Edwards-Stuart (Food Scientist and Flavour Expert), Chris Hines MBE (Founder of Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) and former Sustainability Director of the Eden Project) and Sean Pillot de Chenecey (Futurologist and Trends Consultant).

Following the successful pilot in London last year, BOMBAY SAPPHIRE announced the global expansion of the programme. Julian Davies, Global Marketing Manager at BOMBAY SAPPHIRE, says of the initiative:

“BOMBAY SAPPHIRE has been driving the conversation in gin for the last thirty years and The Glasshouse Project is our logical next step in pursuing excellence and innovation for the gin category as a whole.

“Last year’s inaugural workshop was hugely successful in terms of opening up conversations with some of the world’s best bartenders and serves as a platform for this year. The sessions are designed to be a genuinely memorable experience for our attendees and draw in elements of other creative disciplines to add value to the art of mixology – it’s a purposely collaborative and interactive initiative, as these
bartenders are at the top of their game”.

While the initiative has a global reach, each event will have a highly localised feel with the content of each individual workshop cultivated with the specifics of each market in mind. The Glasshouse Project sessions are part of a three-step process with follow-ups taking place in each individual market. Each attendee will lead a tasting session attended by fellow mixologists, designed to showcase how they’ve incorporated learnings from the workshops into their day-to-day work, as well as taking part in various other brand initiatives at local and global levels.

Further sessions are scheduled to follow in Germany (August), Sydney (September) before wrapping up in Asia and Africa (November). The activity will culminate in an exhibition of the results of the workshops at Laverstoke, Hampshire, home of BOMBAY SAPPHIRE, at the end of the year.

The Bassano Bar @ PizzaExpress Launches ‘Bassano Aperitivo Season’

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Pop-up innovators Bassano Events and their Manchester venue, The Bassano Bar @ PizzaExpress located on First Street, are launching a tasting calendar of Italian aperitivo over the next two months.

Focusing on Distilleria Nardini, the namesake of the bar name Bassano with its origins from Bassano del Grappa in Northern Italy, guests will enjoy one of the famous serves originating from the iconic Ponte Vecchio bridge distillery, the Mezzoemezzo, itself combined with soda and a twist of lemon. A closer look at the flavour profiles of Nardini Grappa Bianca 40 and a selection of their liqueurs, including the citrus peels of Acqua di Cedro, juniper led Ginepro and the almond profiles of Mandorla.

Each session looks to finish with a refreshing Nardini Ginepro and Tonic, as well as a classic offering of Italian Antipasto courtesy of PizzaExpress.

Each hosted by Dave Marsland, co-owner of Bassano Events and brand agency Drinks Enthusiast, the Bassano Aperitivo Season is said to demystify the Italian spirit category, showing off the tradition of grappa and aperitivo and its versatile use within simple mixers and flavours.

All sessions will be held within The Bassano Bar @ PizzaExpress, itself opening in June 2017 to bring the modern Italian cocktail bar concept to the North of England after it follows last summer’s successful debut for The Bassano Bar and its winning Italian drinks formula within the busy ‘Magic Roundabout’ venue in London’s Shoreditch.

Offering a selected menu that combines a focus on classic Italian cocktails such as the Negroni with Campari, Aperol Spritz, Nardini Mezzoemezzo and Frizzante Frutta with San Pellegrino, the bar is also including innovative home-grown recipes, with the ‘The Haçienda Sour’ and ‘The Manchester Negroni’ featuring local gin producer, Three Rivers.

Dates of the Bassano Aperitivo Season;

18th August
25th August
31st August
7th September
21st September
28th September

Price;
£15 pp – tickets can be purchased in venue or via http://www.thebassanobar.com

General Opening Hours;
Wednesday-Friday from 5pm – 11pm and from 12noon to 11pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Address;
The Bassano Bar @ PizzaExpress, First Street North, Manchester, M15 4FN

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ALL DRINK IMAGERY BY GEORGIE GLASS/ WWW.GEORGIEGLASS.CO.UK / @GEORGIEGLASS_

GREY GOOSE® Hosts Trans-Atlantic Celebration to Honour Legendary British Bartender, Dick Bradsell

dick bradsellGrey Goose, the world’s best tasting vodka, will pay tribute to the man who many believe invented the Espresso Martini cocktail at Tales of the Cocktail festival by live-streaming events in New Orleans and London simultaneously

GREY GOOSE, the world’s best tasting vodka, will host a trans-Atlantic celebration of the life of legendary bartender, Dick Bradsell, with Swift bar in Soho, London and specially curated pop-up bar, Le Café de Nuit in New Orleans. Taking place on Thursday 20 July during Tales of the Cocktail, the world’s premier cocktail festival, the celebrations will focus on the Espresso Martini cocktail, a now worldwide classic which Bradsell reportedly invented, when a supermodel asked him to make her a cocktail

Dick Bradsell, the man who was nicknamed ‘The King of Cocktails’, sadly passed away last year. To celebrate his legacy, GREY GOOSE is inviting cocktail enthusiasts from both sides of the pond to raise an Espresso Martini cocktail to the man and join in the parties which will be live-streamed between the bars at 1pm-3pm in New Orleans and 7pm-9pm in London.

At Swift, the statement cocktail bar from the team behind award-winning Nightjar and Oriole, Bradsell’s daughter, Bea, will host the evening with all funds from the sales of the Espresso Martini cocktail going to The Benevolent, the drinks industry charity.

Joe McCanta, GREY GOOSE Global Brand Ambassador, said: “Dick Bradsell was an industry icon, who changed and revived the London cocktail scene; setting a new standard which all ambitious bartenders strive for. This celebration is simply a way for GREY GOOSE to remember the man behind the Espresso Martini cocktail, which has become one of the most iconic cocktails to date.”

The Juniper Bar To Add Colour To King George VI Weekend At Ascot

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Racegoers can look forward to bringing their own splash of colour to the King George VI Weekend at Ascot Racecourse this year (Friday 28th and Saturday 29th July) with a new selection of colourful customisable cocktails available from The Juniper Garden Gin Bar in the Queen Anne Enclosure at the race meeting.

Using the classic Collins cocktail as inspiration and with the help of bar staff, guests will be able to customise the gin-based long drink with an array of colourful flavours. Choices include a green burst of lemon & lime, the orange zest of Aperol, a purple tone using Chambord’s black raspberry liquor and a pale pink blush created by adding rhubarb syrup.

Juliet Slot, Commercial Director, Ascot Racecourse said, “The King George VI Weekend is a vibrant summer meeting, full of history, style and colour. This year we have extended this to our cocktail menu giving racegoers the opportunity to create their own signature cocktail in a colour that suits their mood.”

Combining world-class Flat racing with a quintessential English garden party experience, the King George VI Weekend is one of the most prestigious race meetings at Ascot outside of the Royal Meeting. It is an unmissable event steeped in history and synonymous with style that celebrates the best of British summer. Saturday 29th July, King George Day itself, is one of the most famous single racedays in Europe. The King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (sponsored by QIPCO) is the feature race, and the European mid-season middle distance championship after which the two-day meeting is named, commemorating Her Majesty The Queen’s late parents. It is regarded as Europe’s premier midseason middle-distance championship race for horses of both sexes and all ages.

Queen Anne Enclosure tickets start from £18 and King Edward VII Enclosure tickets from £23 if booked in advance. Children under 18 are free when accompanied by an adult. Fine Dining starts from £147+VAT. Available upgrades include a private Gazebo in the Old Paddock or entry to the Marquee Club or Furlong Club, both within the Queen Anne Enclosure, with prices starting from just £30, excluding a Queen Anne Enclosure ticket.

Please note that the Winning Post Enclosure, open on Saturday 29th July 2017, is now SOLD OUT. There is remaining availability in the King Edward VII and Queen Anne Enclosures.

For further information and to book visit https://www.ascot.co.uk/horse-races-and-events/king-george/saturday, call 0844 346 3000 or email hospitality@ascot.co.uk.

Peroni Ambra Brings A Taste Of Italy To Manchester This Summer

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To celebrate the launch of Peroni Ambra, the Italian brewer has partnered with The Oast House in the heart of Manchester to open ‘The Apertivo Bar, Presented by Peroni Ambra,’ this summer.

Peroni Ambra extends the brand into a new territory, for the first time since its creation in 1963. Inspired by the classic Italian aperitivo, Peroni Ambra combines crisp and refreshing Peroni Nastro Azzurro and the sharpness of Italian Chinotto – a rare Italian citrus fruit, grown and harvested in the region of Liguria, North West Italy.

The new product is inspired by the Italian ritual of the bitter ‘aperitivo’, a pre-dinner drink designed to open the palate and stimulate the appetite. Distinctively, Peroni Ambra is served from its 250ml bottle into a bespoke tumbler glass, over ice, and garnished with orange peel, opening the senses in anticipation of the first sip. It has a bittersweet yet balanced flavour, which leaves the palate cleansed and refreshed. With the attention to detail synonymous with Peroni Nastro Azzurro, Italian designer, Andrea Morgante, was commissioned to design the bespoke glass – each one handmade, crafted by a small artisan Italian glass production house.

Capturing the essence of Italy, guests will be transported to the rural Chinotto grovesof North West Italy during the special four-day residency, from Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th June. The Oast House has been beautifully transformed into an immersive Italian setting, where consumers will discover the authentic tastes and rare ingredients of Italy.

‘The Apertivo Bar, Presented by Peroni Ambra,’ will also play host to a contemporary orchestra and DJ collective, allowing guests to enjoy a snapshot of authentic modern Italian culture. The Urban Soul Orchestra, comprising a talented all girl string quartet and DJ from music curators, Euphonica, will be playing laidback Italian grooves between 6pm and 8pm on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th June.

As with all Peroni products, this innovative new drink offering is brewed and bottled in Italy. Reaffirming Peroni’s passion for craftsmanship and authentic Italian heritage, their master brewers have worked closely with the farmers of Besio, where the Chinotto is sourced, to perfect the recipe.

Pronounced Kee-not-toe, the Chinotto fruit is extremely rare, grown in small areas of rural Italy based on the climate. The Chinotto fruit is an ingredient used in aperitivos, as the bittersweet taste stimulates the appetite. Carefully blended with the crisp and refreshing taste of Peroni Nastro Azzurro, it creates the perfect balance, making Peroni Ambra the perfect drink to start the evening.

‘The Aperitivo Bar, Presented by Peroni Ambra’ takes residence at The Oast House:
The Avenue Courtyard, Spinningfields, Crown Square, Manchester M3 3AY
From Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th June

For more information visit: http://www.thehouseofperoni.com

Sons of Armagnac Launches Across The UK

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Sons of Armagnac is the new awareness campaign spearheaded by UK innovator Emporia Brands and its Armagnac partners Comte de Lauvia and Marquis de Montesquiou. Starting on June 12th and ending on 18th June (Fathers Day), many of the top bars and retailers across the country will be taking part in raising the profile of the Armagnac category with cocktail specials, menus, events, tastings and more.

Specially created Marquis de Montesquiou cocktails can be found across London, including Skylon, German Gymnasium, Looking Glass Cocktail Club and Hush, as well as Cottonopolis based in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, Manhattan in Liverpool, Nitehawks and Bonbar in Newcastle, Vice & Virtue in Leeds and Manhattan 34 in Leicester. Some of the UK’s premier dining arenas are also combining their expertise with Marquis de Montesquiou Armagnac by offering specials within Harborne Kitchen in Birmingham and the aforementioned Vice & Virtue in Leeds.

Comte de Lauvia has been the chosen brand to be highlighted within unique serves from venues such as Merchant House and The Light Lounge in London, to The Edgbaston in Birmingham and Petit Parlour in Liverpool. 155 Bar & Kitchen in London, World Service in Nottingham and Wygston House in Leicester have put together at a food pairing menu for the week to highlight the versatility of the Armagnac category.

Retailers from across the UK are also getting involved, including in-store promotions of Marquis de Montesquiou Armagnac within Riddles Emporium, South Manchester, 23 Wines & Whiskey in Leicester and Fenwick’s in Newcastle. Comte de Lauvia Armagnac will be highlighted across all Harvey Nichols stores, including in-store tastings, in the UK as well as Riddles Emporium.

Specialist online retailers are joining in, with 31 Dover offering £3 off a purchase of Marquis de Montesquiou Armagnac Fine, £4 off the Reserve expression, and £5 off the XO. The Drink Shop are running a week-long offer of 20% off both the Marquis de Montesquiou and Comte de Lauvia expressions, and finally Drinkfinder have put together 20% off the full Marquis de Montesquiou range until Father’s Day.

For more information and for a full list of activity during the Sons of Armagnac week, please visit www.emporiabrands.com/sonsofarmagnac and www.emporiabrands.com/s/Art-Of-Armagnac.pdf

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International Gin Show Junipalooza Is Back With A Bang At Tobacco Dock

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Calling all gin lovers! Junipalooza, THE international gin event is back and better than ever at Tobacco Dock for World Gin Day. What’s Junipalooza you ask? Let’s break it down, Juni: an abbreviation of Gin’s signature botanical, juniper, and Palooza: a party, celebration or festival. It is the only gin show where gin fans can meet makers and sample unique gins from all over the world is back for 2017, and it’s better than ever before.

Junipalooza returns to London’s Tobacco Dock on the 10th & 11th June, along with 50 distillers flying in from 14 countries including Australia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and beyond. Now in its fourth year, the fun and inclusive event shines a light on the huge variety of gins in the category, many of which are debuted in the UK at the show.

Unlike other gin events, Junipalooza promises gin stands hosted by the distillers themselves, category-wide masterclasses, music, food, a cocktail bar hosted by the team at Beefeater Gin and of course, hundreds of tasty gins to sample in what promises to be a fun-fuelled experience for 3,000 gin-thirsty fans.

Junipalooza is proud to coincide with World Gin Day on Saturday 10th. With a ticket that includes a FREE sample of gin, there is no better way to celebrate World Gin Day than with distillers from all over the world. New to the show this year is the dedicated masterclass area, a space where ticket holders can sample over 100 gins during one of three sessions held over the weekend.

Sessions run from 11:00-15:00 and 16:00-20:00 on Saturday, and 11:00-16:00 on Sunday. The Gin Kiosk shop will also stock all the exhibiting gins in one convenient spot for ticket holders to purchase. Sessions cost £30 and can be purchased online at junipalooza.com or Eventbrite.

Commenting on the festival, Gin Foundry’s Editor Olivier Ward says: “Junipalooza is a rare opportunity to meet the actual gin-makers, who fly in for the occasion from all over the world just to be there to share their passion. Having them all there in person always creates a very inclusive and fun atmosphere – it’s a true celebration and one that’s a must-do for any gin fan.”

Michel Roux Jr. And The Balvenie Reunite

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Following the success of last year’s series, The Balvenie has launched the second installment of The Craftsmen’s Dinner, which tells the stories of four exceptionally skilled craftspeople through a series of short films, demonstrating that true craft is not about what you make, or where you make it, but how you make it.

This year, the online series, hosted once again by renowned Michelin starred chef, Michel Roux Jr., showcases the dedication to British craftsmanship by a group of specialists, each using traditional techniques to create their artisan products in the most unexpected of places, from a rooftop overlooking The Shard to a council estate in Tottenham.

The series follows urban cheese makers, Wildes Cheese; the family-owned car producer Morgan Motor Company, who embrace new technology whilst preserving tradition; artisan bakery Wooster’s, who restored the old family mill; and Bermondsey Street Bees, who champion food sustainability from a central London rooftop. The stories that emerge highlight the common values between the different craftspeople, Michel Roux Jr. and The Balvenie; who all share an intimate understanding of their trade and a desire to leave a mark through their produce, taking no shortcuts.

The series concludes with the four-course ‘Craftsmen’s Dinner’ at the Langham curated by Michel Roux Jr. with dishes that showcase the exciting collaborations with each of the craftspeople. The delicious independent menu features spit-roast veal loin with sweet breads glazed in Bermondsey Street Bees’ honey, Wildes Cheese’s Roland cheese with Balvenie soaked prunes and Wooster’s sourdough ice cream.

Michel Roux Jr. commented: “It’s been a pleasure to continue this partnership with The Balvenie, setting out once again to discover and learn from an immensely talented group of craftspeople, all united by the passion and dedication for what they do. This year I have been particularly inspired by how these experts go to great lengths, in this modern world, to preserve traditional craft methods, often in unexpected ways and places.”

Asmita Singh, The Balvenie Senior Brand Manager, added: “We are delighted to bring back The Craftsmen’s Dinner after the success of the first series. The Balvenie’s distinctive character as a whisky is created by the experience, skill and ambition of our own craftspeople and it has been a pleasure to work with Michel again to shine a light on individuals who approach their craft in the same way.”

Series Two of The Craftsmen’s Dinner is now live on https://www.youtube.com/TheCraftsmensDinner and features the following episodes:

Michel Roux Jr. meets Morgan Motor Company
Michel Roux Jr. meets Wooster’s Bakery
Michel Roux Jr. meets Bermondsey Street Bees
Michel Roux Jr. meets Wildes Cheese
The Craftsmen’s Dinner at the Langham

The UK’s Biggest Celebration of Wine Returns

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This summer the capital will be awash with wine-filled delights once again as London Wine Week returns for its fourth year from the 5th – 11th June. Organised by DrinkUp.London – the award-winning team also behind London Cocktail Week and London Beer Week – they’ll be bringing Londoners a week-long adventure exploring and celebrating the city’s diverse and exciting wine scene.

From red, rosé and white to natural, orange and sparkling, there will be wines for all preferences and events for all levels of wine knowledge from enthusiastic beginners to connoisseurs. A full programme of wine tastings, masterclasses, dinners, brunches, pop-ups and parties will take place over the seven days. The grand finale of the week will be DrinkUp: The Wine Edit, a special festival curated by London Wine Week Director Emma Murphy.

For just £10 festival-goers can purchase a week-long Festival Pass that allows them to partake in the Wine Tours with unlimited £5 wine flights at more than 100 partnering wine bars throughout the week. Festival Passes can be purchased online now at DrinkUp.London and then collected at the Devonshire Square Hub during the week itself, where they will also be on sale.

Details of confirmed London Wine Week highlights are below, with a full programme of individual, one-off events to be announced early May.

Follow @DrinkUpLDN and visit http://www.drinkup.london/wineweek to stay up to date.

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THE WINE TOURS – £5 WINE FLIGHTS | ALL WEEK A City-Wide Wine Tasting
Turning the capital into a city-wide wine tasting, London Wine Week will partner with over 100 bars and venues to offer £5 Wine Flights or ‘Sip & Snack’ specials to Festival Pass holders.
The Wine Flights will feature three wines, all complementing each other to showcase a certain grape, region or producer, as chosen by the venues’ expert sommeliers, whilst the ‘Sip & Snack’ option will demonstrate a food pairing created by the venue – with options ranging from traditional cheese and wine matches through to quirkier food offerings. Top wine venues will be working with varieties and vintages from across the world, making it the best way to discover what London’s wine scene has to offer without breaking the bank. A digital guide will make it easy to pull together selfguided tours, turning a usual evening with friends into a veritable wine-filled treasure trail.
The Details
£5 wine flights are available at participating venues to Festival Pass holders Festival Passes cost £10 per person and are available online at http://www.drinkup.london/wineweek Festival Passes should be collected from the LWW Devonshire Square Hub once the week begins

DEVONSHIRE SQUARE LONDON WINE WEEK HUB | MONDAY 5TH – FRIDAY 9TH JUNE An Oasis of Alfresco Pop-Ups
The heart of the city will once again play host to the LWW Hub as numerous alfresco pop-up wine bars descend on Devonshire Square. At the centre of the action, festival goers will be able to collect and buy their Festival Passes whilst enjoying £5 wine offerings throughout, making it the perfect after-work retreat or place to kick off an evening exploring the city’s wine scene.
Starting things off with some essential fizz, headline partner and global producer of sparkling wine, Freixenet will be present with its vintage wine van, exclusively serving up a brand new, premium fizz alongside its other delicious sparkling wines. Providing some Latin American spirit with its colourful pop-up, Wines of Argentina will be pouring some of the region’s best wines, whilst Wines of Portugal and Vins de Provence will be keeping the holiday vibe alive with their Mediterranean wine flights.
The Details
Address: 6 Devonshire Square, London, EC2M 4YE (closest tube station: Liverpool Street) Timings: Mon 5th – Fri 9th 5-10pm Festival Passes cost £10 per person and are available to buy online at http://www.drinkup.london/wineweek
Festival passes should be collected from Devonshire Square, where festival goers can kick start their LWW with £5 wine offers across the Hub

DRINKUP: THE WINE EDIT | THURSDAY 8TH – SATURDAY 10TH JUNE Where a Mediterranean Vineyard Meets East London
Taking place at iconic East London venue Oval Space in Bethnal Green, DrinkUp: The Wine Edit is a special ‘festival within a festival’ curated by London Wine Week Director Emma Murphy. Transforming the warehouse space into a beautiful Mediterranean vineyard, guests will be able to experience the atmosphere and wines of different regions as they weave their way through the numerous bars.
Transporting visitors to sun-drenched climes, Loire Valley Wines will be present with its list of light, refreshing and delicate wines for which the region is known, including the sparkling wine Crémant, tipped to be the thinking drinker’s Prosecco this summer. For something a little bolder there will be the Spanish region of Ribera Del Duero, regarded by some as the rival to Rioja, it is known for its big bodied reds. Tapping into the recent trend for sherry drinking, Jerez will be demonstrating the wide variety of sherry styles available, whilst Port will be serving up something sweet alongside its offering with traditional Portuguese Nata Tarts.
On the ‘Rogue Terrace’, a special vermouth terrace created by Regal Rogue, sundowner aperitifs and end of evening digestifs will be served up alongside food by The Modern Pantry. On the Saturday a special paired brunch will take place ahead of The Wine Edit’s day session.
DrinkUp: The Wine Edit is the perfect place for wine adventurers to round off a week of celebrating what the city’s wine scene has to offer.
The Details
Tickets: £15 per person, available from to buy now from http://www.drinkup.london/wineweek Timings: Thu – Fri 6pm – 11pm, Sat 12pm – 5pm & 6pm – 11pm Address: Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval, London, E2 9DT (closest tube is Bethnal Green)

Bulleit Frontier Whiskey At London Beer Week 2017

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This year, Bulleit Bourbon will once again be the frontier whiskey of choice for beer enthusiasts as it pops up at bars and locations around the capital throughout London Beer Week 2017.

Over the course of London’s largest celebration of beers, ales, lagers and ciders, a selection of top bars will be serving limited edition Bulleit cocktails, all of which include beer as a key ingredient. At Hopscotch on Brick Lane, a spicy Ginger Bulleit will be on offer, comprised of Bulleit, Hop House 13, ginger, lemon and malt, as well as a shorter, headier concoction of Bulleit Hop House 13 Syrup and Campari in the Beer-vardier at Found. In addition, East London hotspot, Peg + Patriot will be serving up an unusual mixture of Bulleit, Hop House 13, Campari and Wermurtlich, finished off with a clarified banana syrup. These limited edition cocktails with Bulleit and Hop House 13 lager at their centre, showcase the complimentary tasting notes of spicy Bulleit when combined with the flavoursome maltiness of premium beer.

Additionally, Bulleit will continue to champion the iconic Boilermaker serve at the The Beer Edit directly in the epicentre of London Beer Week 2017. Running across three days from the 16th-18th March, The Drink Up Bar will be playing host to a selection of whiskies, giving guests the opportunity to upgrade any of the beers on offer to a Boilermaker serve. Due to its unusually high rye content, Bulleit is the perfect match for the distinctive flavours of the various craft beers on offer, which include Southwark Brewing Co, Cotswold Cider Co, Umbrella Brewing, Canopy Beer Co, Badger Beer, Courage SE1, Renegade Brewery and Gosnells London Mead, all at £3, with a boilermaker upgrade for £2, exclusively to LBW wristband holders.

London Beer Week is a true celebration of beers, ales, lagers and ciders alike, set against the backdrop of the capital. Running from 13th-19th March, the festival provides the perfect backdrop to enjoy Bulleit Frontier Whiskey alongside some of the world’s best beers.

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