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Louth Distillery

Pin Gin New Bottles 2019

About Louth Distillery

Louth Distillery was founded in 2016 in the market town of Louth. Alan revisited a skill learnt from his father, the original Mr Bottomley who distilled whisky in the 1950s.

When Alan and his wife Amy decided to revisit the craft, Pin Gin was born.

The distillery is now open for unique experiences and they even have their very own gin school, where distilling your own spirit is the highlight.

Alan and Amy’s famous London Dry Pin Gin washes down a treat with Indian Fever-Tree tonic and fresh slice of orange. Or, if you prefer something a bit fruitier, their Premium Pink Pin Gin goes beautifully with Elderflower Fever-Tree tonic, fresh strawberries and a slice of lime.

Get to know Louth Distillery

When everything stopped, our local suppliers kept going...

During lockdown, the team at Pin Gin continued to craft their range of gins and have even created a hand sanitiser.

Check out our behind-the-scenes video to see how they've been getting on and find more info here:

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