25 Feb Fever Tree to launch pop-up gin bar in Manchester
The tonic brand will also be leading a series of ‘gin safaris’ around the city’s watering holes
Top tonic brand Fever Tree is coming to Manchester to lead a series of gin safaris before launching a pop-up bar in the city.
The guided bar crawls will stop off at watering holes including Rosylee Tea Rooms, Cain and Grain and Redbank Co, where experts will lead tutored tastings and introduce guests to new and exciting G&T combinations.
The brand will also be launching a pop-up bar at the end of March, featuring a collection of 160 gins from all over the world, from iconic London Dry Gins and small-batch craft spirits to international newcomers from Russia, Germany and Mexico, all matched with natural tonics and mixers and garnished to perfection.
The bar will host masterclasses with gin distillers and cocktail gurus as well as raising money for Malaria No More UK with G&Tree tasting flights.
Its location has yet to be revealed, but until then, drinkers can get their G&T fix at the new weekly Urban Food Fest launching on Saturday.
Fever Tree will be hosting a cocktail bar at the street food feast, which will take over the Euro Car Parks in Bridgewater Street, from 5pm to midnight.
The brand will also be visiting Glasgow and Bristol as part of its 10th anniversary celebrations this year. Read more