Shops / Gin

Pop-up gin shop opens in time for Christmas

By martin booth, Sunday Dec 1, 2019

A South Gloucestershire distillery has opened their first Bristol shop in a former apothecary.

The 6 O’Clock Gin pop-up shop on West Mall in Clifton Village now sells the full range of Bramley & Gage products including gins and fruit liqueurs.

Sloe gin masterclasses will also be held in the historic wood-panelled building that was most recently an estate agents.

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The 6 O’Clock Gin name was inspired by the founders’ long-held family tradition of indulging in the first G&T of the evening at six o’clock

“This is an exciting new venture for us,” said Bramley & Gage founder and head distiller Michael Kain.

“It’s ten years since we launched 6 O’Clock Gin from our Thornbury distillery and this is our first Bristol shop but, – like a great sloe gin – good things are worth waiting for.

“The chemist’s alchemy reflects the skills and craft we need to distil fine gin, so this is the perfect location for us.”

The 6 O’Clock Gin pop-up shop has opened in a former apothecary in Clifton Village

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