The Irish Gin & Tonic Fest has just gone live for its third year. The 2018 event will feature 26 Irish gins that hail from every province in Ireland, made with a huge variety of both farmed and wild Irish ingredients, including potatoes, organic apples, Wexford strawberries and Dublin city rhubarb.

Since the launch of the festival in 2016, many of the venues that have been involved have seen huge uptakes in Irish gins. Stimulating excitement in the bars has trickled down to the customers, as both locals and tourists have never been more keen to seek out spirits that are distilled on Irish shores and with the wide variety now available – there’s an Irish gin for everyone!

Irish Gin & Tonic Fest will run from June 23rd – June 30th and any venue on the island of Ireland can get on board and register for free on the Great Irish Beverages website , selecting one of the amazing Irish gins they’d like to champion for the week of the festival. The venue will get its own page on the festival website and will be geographically listed so that everyone can see where they are. When the festival starts on June 23rd, the public will be able to vote for their favourite #IrishGnT on Twitter, Instagram or by posting on the Great Irish Beverages Facebook page. 

Irish Gins participating this year:

  • Black’s Gin 

  • Blackwater No. 5 Gin 

  • Blackwater Wexford Strawberry Gin 

  • Bonac 24 

  • Cask Aged Concullin Irish Gin 

  • Concullin Irish Gin 

  • Dingle Gin 

  • Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin 

  • Dublin City Gin 

  • Echlinville Irish Pot Still Gin 

  • Feckin Irish Gin 

  • Garnish Island Gin 

  • Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin 

  • Ha’penny Gin 

  • Jackford Irish Potato Gin 

  • James Joyce Irish Gin 

  • Kilkenny Crystal Gin

  • Kinsale Gin 

  • Listoke 1777 Irish Gin 

  • Micil Irish Gin 

  • Old Carrick Mill 

  • Ornabrak Single Malt Gin 

  • Shortcross Gin 

  • Silver Spear Gin 

  • Muff Gin 

In addition to all the Irish Gins, Poacher’s Premium Irish Mixers are on board with their three naturally made, low sugar tonic waters that feature Irish herbs and flowers. 

For more information, see www.greatirishbeverages.com.