Rich velvety chocolate swirls around this gin. Powdery cocoa and silky...
Nose: Soft, warming and fig-like, with hints of prune, dates and...
Elephant Dry Gin is distilled in Germany using 14 botanicals that...
Ruby supported. Aromas of red fruits (raspberry, strawberry) and...
Deep cherry red. Dark-red fruit. Deep and rich, full of spicy fruit and...
We couldn’t possibly make a gin without trying one with loads of hops in it! Dutty is our hoppy session IPA with mega fresh flavors - perfect for getting the gin treatment.
The hops provide masses of zesty lemon flavour, a hint of bitterness, and an incredible light green hue. It’s zingly, lemony, perfect with tonic, and abso-freaking-lutely delicious.
|Pairing||Fever-tree, naturally light tonic, lemon, lime.|
We love gin. It’s often our nightcap after a long day at a beer festival, or something a bit different during after-work beers on a Friday. And the modern Gin Craze is pretty similar to the recent rise of brewing. In our eyes, beer and gin are perfect partners.
Our first attempt to show our love for gin was brewing Gin & Juice, a pale ale packed with gin botanicals like juniper berries, citrus peels and exotic spices.
But we wanted to go one step further. We wanted to make our love for gin totally overt. We wanted to actually make gin. So that’s what we’ve gone and done.
However, being the lovers of variety that we are, we couldn’t settle on one idea of what makes a gin “good”. Just like with beer, there isn’t one magic formula for a “good” beer with everything else being rubbish. It totally depends on mood, tastes, and in the case of gin, what mixer you’d like with it.
So we’ve distilled not one, not two, but THREE gins that we’re absolutely in love with.
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