Summer, what there was of it, may be almost over but that doesn’t mean we can’t have some in the autumn months. Keep warm this autumn and the UK’s biggest rum and gin festival. York is playing host to the largest gin and rum festival this September- and we are sure that it will be the event of the year. You will be able to enjoy a huge range of rum & gin seleccted by experts from across the globe.
This festival is perfect for gin and rum drinkers alike. It’s a unique experience where you’ll get the chance to sample some of the best spirits that there are on the market currently! It’s a perfect day out for couples or friends looking for a boozy good time. You can discover over 60 different Gins and 60 different Rums under one roof.
On the 17th September the festival aims to celebrate the best gins and rums from around the world, and you’ll get to discover a new range of hand-selected beverages – which will all be available for your tasting pleasure at York Minster.
The event will take place over two days, and is the perfect excuse to stretch your legs and enjoy a few drinks with friends. Summer may be over, but that won’t stop us having fun. Head down to York city centre for a unique experience of a lifetime.
Tickets cost just £16.62 and include two free 50ml miniature spirit bottles worth £10 to take home with you. Guests will also receive a Gin & Rum Festival Copa glass worth £5, and a stainless-steel straw and glass bag to use on the day.
As you wander around the festival you can enjoy free tasters of all your favourite rum & gins as well as street food from around the world to help soak up some of that booze. As the day draws on other festivals have seen DJs and live bands play, which is excactly what you need after a few drinks.
Every guest will receive a gin and rum guide, unlimited complimentary tonics and mixers, talks and masterclasses, free samples and music from an award-winning resident DJ, as well as some of the UK’s finest live entertainment. Sounds like a plan to me!
To book your tickets click here.
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