Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Brockmans bring their Press For Gin buttons to Òran Mór, Glasgow

For the first time, Press For Gin is going on tour. On Tuesday the 19th and Wednesday the 20th of September, Brockmans are bringing their famous buttons to Òran Mór in Glasgow’s West End for a night like no other.
Hot off the back of sell-out events in London (have a look here & here), Brockmans will be taking over the 19th Century church for 100 ticket holders. It’s simple. Press a button, gin appears. Top bartenders will be at the beck and call of guests, shaking and stirring a menu of bespoke cocktails. Exclusive gin-infused food will be on offer to soak it all up, with a host of entertainment and competitions throughout the night.
Brockmans is a gin with a difference. Brimming with botanicals and berry flavours, the over-riding taste profile is derived from ingredients drawn from across the globe. It’s best enjoyed in its perfect serve; mixed with premium tonic and garnished with a twist of grapefruit and fresh blueberries. The brand is celebrating recent gold medal prizes from the 2017 SIP Awards and International Craft Spirit Awards.
The events take place on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th September, and tickets are priced at £20.00. This includes four cocktails and canapés. Tickets can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/P4GGlasgow.
The Press For Gin concept arose from a viral stunt video in 2016 where Brockmans Gin created the world’s first Press For Gin buttons. One more Press For Gin event will take place later this year in Manchester. Follow @brockmansgin on Twitter and Instagram for updates.
· Tickets include four cocktails, canapés and entertainment
· Follows on from two sell out events in London
· The event takes place on the 19th and 20th of September, with tickets costing £20.00
· Tickets will be on sale through Skiddle: http://bit.ly/P4GGlasgow.


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