In the pink: winemaker Echo Falls has launched Pink Gin Summer Berries variant

Echo Falls makes pink gin venture

By Emily Hawkins

Wine brand Echo Falls has become the latest to tread the flavoured gin category path by announcing a Summer Berries Pink Gin variant.

Gin: Co-founder of the Stillery, Bury St Edmunds, Tim Blake, explains what makes the Best Spirits Bar what it is

My Pub: the Stillery, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

By Emily Hawkins

For a speakeasy style site unassumingly tucked away, the Stillery has made a big name for itself. Co-founder Tim Blake explains how a spirit of curiosity motivates the team at the Bury St Edmunds-based establishment.

Bottled it: Irish distillers are using their surroundings as inspiration in their gin

Focus on Irish gin

Irish, the new thing in gin?

By Nicholas Robinson

‘Irish’ and ‘gin’, it is fair to say, are two words rarely seen in the same sentence. With that said, some may be surprised to learn that the Emerald Isle has been quietly distilling breathtaking gins and brands with substantial success for some years...

Think pink: sales of flavoured and pink gin on the up

Pink gin’s on-trade value rockets

By Nicholas Robinson

Pink gin generated record sales across the UK last year, as punters fill their glasses to the brim with the fruity liquid.

The only way is up: gin sales rocket further than ever

Brits chug back record amounts of gin

By Nicholas Robinson

Brits have sloshed back 60m bottles of gin in the past 12 months, worth £1.6bn, according to the latest figures from the Wine & Spirits Trade Association (WSTA).

Power of three: Tiny Rebel takes a big step into the gin world

Craft brewer Tiny Rebel launches three gins

By Nicholas Robinson

The Welsh craft beer brewer has taken its first steps into the gin world with the launch of three new gins, created to complement its existing beer range.

Recipe for success: three ideas for the perfect gin and tonic

In association with Fever-Tree

Three G&T serves you won’t be able to resist

By Nicholas Robinson

The humble gin and tonic; what can go wrong and what more can be done to such a simple drink? The answer to both questions is, actually, quite a lot.

Herbaceous accompaniments: keep your gin garnishes fresh

In association with Fever-Tree

How to grow a gin garnish garden

By Nicholas Robinson

Whether you’re growing them on the bar for staff to garnish drinks with or in your pub garden for consumers to pick and choose for themselves, a G&T garnish garden is a quirky way to create a bit of atmosphere and theatre.

A garden of Eden: inside the Duke of Cambridge, Surrey

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In the gin garden of Surrey’s Duke of Cambridge

By Nicholas Robinson

Close to the scenic Surrey Hills, with a cricket green and golf course nearby, the Duke of Cambridge attracts a wide range of clientele. As operations manager Paul Griffiths explains, many enjoy a G&T in the large suntrap garden, which features a...

Tricky situation:  the nation's smaller craft gin distillers could face testing times, according to the WSTA

A hard Brexit 'could wipe gin out'

By Nikkie Sutton

The Wine & Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) has warned the UK could be faced with a gin drought if a no-deal Brexit comes to pass.