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Stratford Gin Festival – Sun 7 July

Win a trip for two to our Gin School at the Stratford upon Avon Gin Festival on Sunday 7 July 2019. This is a must for all Gin Lovers! Set in the 100 year old Topiary garden at Billesley Manor Hotel, we will be jointly …

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Stratford Gin is Outstanding!

We are thrilled and excited to announce that today we have been awarded a ‘Silver Outstanding’ medal by the 2017 International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC) for our Stratford Gin.

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Stratford Gin wins IWSC Silver

We are extremely proud and delighted to announce that we have won a Silver award in the 2016 International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) for our Stratford Gin.

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Shakespeare 400th Anniversary

Stratford upon Avon commemorated the 400th anniversary of the death of its most famous son and resident, William Shakespeare on Saturday 23rd April 2016. The town was awash with visitors and dignitaries, along with a smattering of RSC actors and celebrities, not to mention HRH The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. Shakespeare Distillery were delighted to have been approached by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust to create a cocktail for their evening event and we also took the opportunity to greet the crowds and offer samples of our gin, outside one of our Stratford stockists, Vinology.

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Mulberry Gin

We are super excited to announce the second product from Shakespeare Distillery, Mulberry Gin. Mulberry Gin is made by combining Mulberries with Stratford Gin and leaving them to steep for several months before decanting and bottling. The result is a deep rich fruity Gin ideal …

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Shakespeare and Mulberries

Shakespeare very famously planted a Mulberry tree in the gardens of his home ‘New Place’ in Stratford upon Avon following instruction from the palace in 1609 that all landowners should plant them in the hope of promoting a native silk industry. Fortunately for us the …

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Shakespeare and Gin

Juniper based spirits have been used for medicinal purposes since the early middle ages. Recipes similar to that of Gin can be traced back to the late 1400s. The Dutch were the first to drink juniper-based spirits recreationally in any great volume, producing a drink …