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Meet the Mixer with Fevertree

01 February - 01 February 2019

Evening Events, Food & Drink Events, advance-booking


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Meet the Mixer with Fevertree

01 February - 01 February 2019

Enjoy an evening with the experts from Fever-Tree, as they guide you through the fascinating history of gin and of course tonic "perfect serves".  Learn about the history of Mother’s ruin and, of course, enjoy the all-important sampling too of spirits throughout the ages!

Fever-Tree began in 2003 with a meeting of minds and one simple premise: if three quarters of your G&T is the tonic, wouldn’t you want it to be the best. What better place to learn about their history than here at Black Country Living Museum?

Start with an insight to the world of Genever through to Old Tom, the classic London dry and 3 more contemporary styles of gin which have seen gin resurge in popularity!

For this exclusive evening event, climb aboard our traditional bus for a journey through the Museum, stopping at the Workers' Institute  to settle in with your welcome Gin & Tonic   whilst Fevertree talk you through their range of products and the best matched spirits.  Not forgetting, 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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