Are you a fun loving, gin drinker who likes going out in Galway city? If so, clear your diary on Thursday, 27th September for the inaugural ‘Galway Gin Ramble’, taking you on a trail through the best gin bars in the city!

Starting at 7.00pm, it’s the dream for gin drinkers as you’ll party the evening away sampling the best G&T’s and gin cocktails on the market.

To make sure you’re GINuinely entertained, there will be plenty of games, giveaways, gin infused-foods and sampling, with some gin-inspired surprises along the way! Be prepared to shake up cocktails, forage through treasure hunts, enjoy blind gin tastings, hear some tricks of the trade from gin experts and of course, have a lot of laughs.

You’ll bar hop your way through the city stopping in some of the most popular gin joints in Galway including; Blake’s Corner Bar, Tigh Nora Gin Bar, The Front Door Pub, The Dail Bar Galway and The Liquor Lounge. Each experience in the bar will be very different and so too will the drinks, ranging from premium blends such as Monkey 47, classics including Cork Dry Gin & the Beefeater family, along with a true original gin like Plymouth.Gin Ramble

If you love gin and want something a little different from a night out, then the ‘Galway Gin Ramble’ is perfect for you and your friends, family or work colleagues!

To sign up, simply reserve your ticket on Eventbrite here: https://galwayginramble.eventbrite.ie or call (087) 9214357 for any queries. Pre-booking is essential and places are limited. Book now so you’re not left crying into your G&T when it’s all sold out!

Ticket price include five drinks (G&T’s and gin cocktails), entertainment and light bites of food.Tigh Nora Gin Ramble

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