'Cheers' as the Gin & Rum Festival Heads to Ipswich!
Would you consider yourself a gin or a rum lover? Or perhaps you're both. Whatever the answer, there’s good news for everyone as the Gin & Rum Festival is coming to Ipswich for 2019.
The largest touring Gin & Rum Festival is coming to the Ipswich Corn Exchange on 31st May and 1st June, with over 60 different gins and 60 different rums. The event will also offer live entertainment, a selection of tasty street food and the opportunity for guests to spend quality time exploring a wide range products.
The event will take place on Friday 31st May and Saturday 1st June, with a session on Friday evening and two sessions on Saturday: so you can choose to have a daytime drinking afternoon or into the evening. Doors will open from 12:30 pm until 5pm, followed by an evening session which takes place from 6:30pm until 11pm.
For 2019, the Gin & Rum Festival is delighted to announce that Schweppes will be their official tonic partner. At every event Schweppes fans will be able to try a selection of rums and gins, perfectly paired with the brand’s premium range, Schweppes 1783, which includes Cucumber, Salty Lemon and Muscovado flavours.
Rosalind Brown, Marketing Manager, Coca Cola GB said, “We’re so excited to be the official sponsor of the Gin & Rum festival this year! As gin has been on the rise in recent years, rum is also going through a renaissance – while the classic G&T remains popular, more and more people are choosing rum based cocktails. This is the perfect platform for us to show how versatile our mixers can be, and our premium Schweppes 1783 range offers a wealth of unique flavours which can be paired with different rums and gins alike. We hope everyone enjoys the festival!”
The founder of the Gin & Rum Festival, Bobby Nanua, said: “I am delighted to have launched the UK's very first Gin and Rum Festival. We have had a fantastic year in 2018 hosting the festival in over 20 cities, now it is a great pleasure to bring the festival back to over 30 other cities across the UK in 2019."