Elsecar Dry Gin is now available for a limited time!

December 6, 2018

In the wake of our Autumn/Winter range launch, we are extremely excited to announce the release of our brand-new flavour. Elsecar Dry Gin is the latest addition to our line of premium gins and will be officially available from Dec 13th to commemorate the opening of our newest venue, The Milton Arms in Elsecar.

With Elsecar Dry Gin, we’ve developed a new flavour that reflects the vibrancy of the Elsecar community. As we hit our latest milestone with the opening of The Milton Arms, we wanted to create a memento with this new, limited edition gin and give our customers a chance to be part of history.

 

Using fruit grown and supplied by Mrs Robinson, whose family ran The Milton Arms from 1973 to 1986, Elsecar Dry Gin combines the flavours of blackberry, apple and pear with a seasonal blend of spices.

 

Gin lovers will have to act fast if they want to add a bottle of Elsecar Dry Gin to their collection as we will only be releasing 100 bottles and when they’re gone, they’re gone. Each 70cl bottle is hand numbered for authenticity and features a new label which celebrates the heritage of Elsecar.

In the run-up to release day, we’re offering customers a chance to pre-purchase a bottle of Elsecar Dry Gin to ensure you don’t miss out. Delivery before Christmas cannot be guaranteed on orders placed after Monday 17th December so pre-ordering is essential if you’re planning to gift a bottle this Christmas.

 

Orders for collection can still be placed up until Christmas Eve which means you can still enjoy a glass of Elsecar Dry Gin throughout the festive season. Collection will be available from all participating True North Brew Co venues including The Milton Arms in Elsecar and The Crown and Anchor in Barnsley.

 

If you want to add a bottle of our ultra-rare new gin to your collection, you can pre-order today at our online store. Collection and delivery of Elsecar Dry Gin will be available from Dec 13th.

 

 

 

 

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