Curfew-Friendly Gin Experience Opens in Haggerston

Looking for something fun to do with friends despite the current gloomy climate? 58 Gin in Hackney is reopening its gin school to offer socially-distanced gin sessions from 2nd October 2020.

Gin School doors re-opening at the sustainable 58 Gin Distillery

Grab your favourite five friends for a gin-fuelled experience from sustainable drinks brand 58 Gin – set within the beautifully airy distillery located beneath the lofty Haggerston railway arches.

Each immersive and sensory masterclass will be hosted by an expert distiller who will impart their expertise on recipe creation, advise attendees on how to distill their own ultimate London Dry Gin, taste gin, and bottle their own creation, complete with a wax seal and personalised label.

Gin lovers can enjoy nibbles during the session and will get to take home their own 70cl bottle of gin and a 58 Gin Lovers Party Bag containing Merchant Heart tonic and canned water.

About 58 Gin

Founded in 2014 and based in London’s Haggerston, beneath the railway arches, 58 Gin’s philosophy is to demystify distillation, and to act local and think responsibly. 58 Gin is an environmentally driven, sustainable gin brand. The sloes in its English Berry Gin are foraged, the apples for its Apple and Hibiscus Gin would otherwise go to waste and its botanical surplus is gifted to the local church garden.

58 Gin School – Further Information

Socially-distanced pre-booked sessions will run on Friday evenings (6.30pm – 9.30pm) and Saturday afternoons (2pm – 5pm).

Sessions cost £120 per person or £199 for two people.

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