Distilled and bottled in Brighton, the popular spirit picked up its ninth award at the International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC) for its artwork and bottle design.
The colour of the label and waxed top are inspired by Brighton’s seafront railings, and the lettering inspired by the sign above the entrance to the world-famous Palace Pier. The label itself is shaped like a ticket to the fairground on the pier.
Judges at the industry awards voted Brighton Gin as an outstanding example of design, awarding it 100% in all voting categories for its creativity, impact, innovation, relevance and aesthetics.
The main aim of the IWSC was to award excellence in wines and spirits worldwide, encouraging recognition for quality products.
Brighton Gin founder Kathy Caton said she was “delighted and honoured” to have won the prestigious award.
“We’re excited to have achieved this award for our packaging and branding, which reflects our hometown,” she added.
“Every part of our production is done by hand so this is a real acknowledgement of the work and care we out into every bottle of Brighton Gin.
“We’re proud to have been recognised for bringing the spirit of Brighton to the world.”