We like a G&T, so it is with great pleasure we bring you the Top 25 British gin brands
“For the past 300 years the British have been making and drinking gins of varying quantities and qualities, but they have never been so deliciously diverse as they are today”. Gin Glorious Gin, Olivia Williams.
It turns out our friends at Instagram like their Gin as much as us, so with their help we put together this list and discovered some new brands that we will be trying!
A unique recipe with a very distinctive character, distilled in the Surrey Hills.
The worlds only vintage gin, with hand picked botanicals from the Shetland Islands.
BLOOM Gin Master Distiller, Joanne Moore is an internationally-revered expert in the industry and has worked at the G&J Distillery since 1996.
The Botanist Gin is a progressive exploration of the botanical heritage of the Isle of Islay.
Campfire Gin is the first product from the Puddingstone Distillery in Hertfordshire and it is produced in small batches.
Scotland’s first brewery and distillery, Eden Mill produce beer, whiskey and this beautiful looking gin.
A premium range of Scottish gins and gin liqueurs, made in their city centre distillery, which can be visited for a tour!
Fishers is an artisan British gin distilled on the Suffolk coast that uses rare botanicals to create a gin as pure and wild as the sea.
Hendrick’s Gin has a gloriously peculiar flavour, infused with rose & cucumber in their Scottish distillery.
Isle of Barra distillers capture the essence of this beautiful island and bottle it to share between friends.
The creation of this distillery in Tarbert is driven by a deep love of the beauty of the place and its people.
Reflecting the boldness of their Norse ancestors, Kirkjuvagr is a hand-crafted Orkney gin for the modern, discerning gin enthusiast.
Kirsty’s Gin is the second to be released by Arbikie Distillery. Their Gin is distilled using honey and wheat farmed at Arbikie along with carefully selected botanicals chosen by our Master Distiller, Kirsty Black.
Lovingly distilled in small batches in London. After much taste testing, feedback, fun and frivolity, Team Little Bird Gin and friends hit upon the recipe for a new London Dry Gin.
The first gin distilled in Yorkshire, made with traditional slow distillation methods and pure Yorkshire water.
Despite its Oriental Spices, Opihr is made at the oldest distillery in England, where gin has been traditionally distilled since 1761.
Premium artisan gin from this family run business, based in Orkney.
Pinkster Gin was created by frustrated accountant Stephen, who no longer could drink beer or wine. Distilled by G&J Distillers then finished with raspberries at Pinkster’s Cambridge base.
A timeless and inherently British London dry gin.
With the unique location on the Duke of Northumberland’s Albury Estate, a group of dilapidated farm buildings on the banks of the legendary Silent Pool has been transformed to become the home of the Silent Pool Distillers.
Sipsmith started in 2009, in a tiny workshop in Hammersmith, London. Two childhood friends, Fairfax and Sam, had an unwavering belief in things well made so they set up London’s first traditional copper distillery since 1820.
A Juniper-led Gin, which will be handcrafted in a new artisanal distillery in the centre of Manchester; the first gin to be distilled in this great northern English city.
Created by Shropshire lad JJ Lawrence and distilled at the Shropshire Gin Company, this brand had to fight for it’s name, but only Tiger Gin would do.
Tarquin’s Gin from the Southwestern Distillery, handcrafted in Cornwall.
Handcrafted Cornish Gin since 1929.
Two Birds Spirits was founded in 2013, in the quaint British countryside town of Market Harborough, Leicestershire.
Warner Edwards are craft distillers making artisan gin from their 200 year old barn, on Falls Farm in the picturesque village of Harrington, Northamptonshire.
Anno Distillers are artisanal spirits producers based in Kent, Near Maidstone. Patience, their stunning copper-pot still, works her magic and transforms carefully selected natural ingredients into Anno Kent Dry Gin.
Blue Bottle is the epitome of boutique distilled Gin. Each batch is meticulously crafted in their copper still at the Three Fingers Distillery on Guernsey.
Created by five Brighton residents, Brighton Gin is distilled with oranges, limes and milk thistle and truly captures the spirit of this famous city.
Brockmans was created by a group of experienced and devoted friends who wanted to create a gin Like No Other.
The only family of original English gin makers still distilling today, Hayman’s make award-winning English gin the original way. Their ginealogy dates back over 150 years.
A husband and wife team with a passion for premium quality gin. Loch Ness produce rare Scottish Highland gin at their ancestral home.
The distillery, perched above the historic, county town of Maidstone, produces a premium gin that has been hand-crafted on site, giving customers the assurance that they are enjoying truly artisan spirit.
The journey of Plymouth Gin is synonymous with the British Royal Navy, its sailors and ships. But its not just the choice of seafaring pioneers, but also bartenders around the world.
Sibling Triple Distilled Gin is produced from start to finish in Cheltenham, from a base spirit that is also produced in-house at the Sibling Distillery.
Strathearn Distillery, near the village of Methven in Perthshire, is probably Scotland’s smallest distillery. They produce a range of spirits including a range of premium gins.