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On Thursday 20 June two Crossgar family run businesses, Shortcross Gin and Drop Hopper Coffee Roastery, will be collaborating for an evening of coffee, gin and cocktails at Rademon Estate Distillery.

Enjoy a celebration of local craft as they bring together Crossgar's very own Drop Hopper Coffee Roastery and Rademon Estate Distillery for an evening of coffee and gin exploration.
Get to know the story behind two local, independent and family run businesses, where they will demonstrate how they blend together through brewing, distilling and mixology.
Ticket includes:
•G&T or Single Origin Coffee on arrival
• 2 Shortcross Gin and Drop Hopper Coffee infused cocktails served throughout the evening
• Live Coffee demonstration with Head Roaster Phil
• Live Gin Cocktail demonstration with our Mixologist Mark
• A selection of sweet treats
• £5 voucher to be spent in their distillery shop.
The Distillery Entrance is adjacent to the tree in the middle of the road and before the hump back bridge - if you are unsure of directions please call the distillery.

Tickets & Pricing
  • Standard £25.00
Thu, 20 Jun 2019
7:00pm to 9:30pm

Rademon Estate Distillery - Shortcross Gin

Rademon Estate in Co. Down is one of the oldest historic estates in Ireland, a haven in a unique setting and the home of Shortcross Gin.

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