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Made in the Midlands - Gin Evening with the Gintleman

26 April - 26 April 2019

Food & Drink Events, advance-booking


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Made in the Midlands - Gin Evening with the Gintleman

26 April - 26 April 2019

Enjoy an evening with The Gintleman - The Midlands leading Gin Raconteur, providing "educational and fun" themed tasting featuring deluxe G&T combinations.

A wealth of independent producers and globally recognised brands are produced in the West Midlands utilising a variety of gin making techniques. Together with a wealth of Birmingham based specialist gin venues at the forefront of the modern gin renaissance. Discover more about how the area has both a fascinating past and vibrant future sampling a selection of Gins combinations made here in the West Midlands

For this exclusive evening event, climb aboard our traditional bus for a journey through the Museum, stopping at the Workers' Institute where  a welcome drink  will be awaiting your arrival.

Settle in with your welcome drink  and learn about the history of gin  and then the all-important sampling accompanied by a tasty selection of the finest “Black Country Tapas”.

 Complete your night, enjoy an evening stroll  through the Museum's gas-lit village; pop into our famous fish & chip shop to purchase your supper. And  whilst spirits are high, there is no better way to finish off a traditional night in the pub by enjoying a sing along  with our pub pianist, so    head down to the Bottle & Glass Inn for a local pint or one of our wide range of whiskies or gins. 


Booking Details

Tickets now on sale - Book online or call our Sales & Ticketing Team on  0121 520 8054

Arrival for 7pm

Last orders in the pub 10.45pm

Museum closes  at 11pm

Cost: £40

Adults only (18+). Staff have the right to refuse service without official proof of age.

This  evening event takes place in the Workers' Institute and the Bottle & Glass Inn after the Museum has closed to the public. Please note that the above two buildings and the Fish & Chip Shop will be open, our other buildings in the Museum will be closed. 

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