A Hull company established just 14 months ago is celebrating double success at local food and tourism award ceremonies.
Hotham’s Gin School and Distillery of Hepworth’s Arcade, Hull, picked up the Garbutt & Elliott Food Entrepreneur ‘Taste of Yorkshire’ Drink Award for their Hotham’s Cardamom Gin last week.
Only a week later, Hotham’s was thrilled to win the Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Award 2019 (REYTA19) for Remarkable Food Experience for their Hull-based Gin School, which has attracted visitors from as far afield as Brazil and New Zealand. The awards, which aim to recognise the best of the local tourism industry, saw fierce competition between record number of entries and 72 finalists on the night.
rustees behind a campaign to bring a former steam trawler back to its home in Hull are promoting the Viola with a message in a bottle after securing their first
The partnership has given the owners of Hotham’s Gin School a license to produce a special brand of their home-made gin which will carry the Viola lifebelt logo on its
Emma Kinton and Simon Pownall, who opened their distillery in Hepworth Arcade,
Hull, earlier this year, have started production and are now taking orders for
Christmas and beyond.
The first bottle of Hotham’s gin was sold over the weekend at an artisan and food market in Cottingham.
After recently announcing their plans to open a Gin School here in Hull, Hotham’s Ltd launched not one, but two gins today - Hotham’s Handcrafted Gin and Hotham’s Cardamom Gin.
Hotham’s Gin School and Distillery is planning to open in Hepworth’s Arcade, in the Old Town of Hull, in the summer of 2018. Gin lovers will be able to visit the Distillery not only to buy bottles of Hotham’s Gin, but also to join in a unique experience day where they will learn about the history of gin, botanicals and the gin making process, finally distilling their own unique bottle of gin to take home.