Gin Review ~ Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin

The Gin The Glendalough Distillery was established in 2011 by 5 friends who wanted to revive the heritage of craft distilling in Ireland. They started with poitín in 2012, then whiskey and then onto Gin… Traditionally they released seasonal gins with their first gin released in summer 2014. Guided by Geraldine Kavanagh from Wicklow Wild Foods, local botanicals,…

Event ~ Irish Gin & Tonic Fest, June 2016

A festival dedicated to Gin & Tonic. Irish Gin & Tonic Fest is taking place from June 20th -25th in venues throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland. Once the festival underway, you can vote for your favourite Irish Gin & Tonic by using the #IrishGnT hashtag on twitter (@IrishBeverages) or by going to their Facebook page.

Event ~ Bloom in the Park, Phoenix Park, Dublin

This year we went to Bloom… having known about Bloom in the Park over the last few years we had never actually made it but decided to rectify that this year. With the word that it was bigger and better than ever we bought our tickets and arrived early Sunday morning of the bank holiday to…

Event ~ Dublin Gin & Tonic Fest, June 22nd – 27th 2015

  Later this month, Dublin get’s it very own Gin festival brought to you by the Great Irish Beverages team. This makes me very happy as you might imagine…Thirty of the capital’s pubs and venues will join in the celebrations of Ireland’s finest gins. Lots of great venues participating as you can see below, including some of…

Gin & Griddle’s Favourite Gins of 2014!

Gin is (still) having a moment and new Gins are popping up all the time, including some homegrown ones this year, Shortcross Gin from Northern Ireland, Waterford’s Blackwater Distillery and Glendalough Distillery Gin. We have enjoyed a few (ahem!) different Gins during 2014, all for you and in the name of research of course! This…