Manchester Food and Drink Festival announce Fever-Tree Gin Garden!

The 19th Manchester Food and Drink Festival will take place from the 29th September – 10th October 2016.

By Steven Pankhurst | August 18th '16

The 19th Manchester Food and Drink Festival will take place from the 29th September – 10th October 2016.

Manchester Food and Drink Festival are pleased to announce that Fever-Tree are returning to MFDF for a second year with their first ever ‘Gin Garden’ to be specially built at the Festival Hub on Albert Square.

The Fever-Tree Gin Garden will be a city-centre oasis, specially created as a haven for true gin appreciation. Inside, the “Ultimate G&T Bar” will be serving up an exciting selection of gins, perfectly paired with their award-winning range of tonic waters and a selection of garnishes, allowing festival-goers to create their very own, bespoke “Ultimate Gin & Tonic”.

An exciting program of gin masterclasses will be hosted in the Fever-Tree Gin Garden throughout the Festival, offering revellers an education on all things G & T as well sampling journeys of the different mixers and what to pair with them. There’ll also be opportunity to discover the best gin spots in the city on the Fever Tree ‘Gin Safari’ – all part of one great big gin-credible experience at MFDF!

For those partial to something other than gin, there’ll be a selection of cocktails all paired with Fever-Tree mixers including the “Ginger Mojito” and “Sicilian Fizz”!

The Fever-Tree Gin Garden will be flourishing at the Festival Hub on Albert Square from 29th September – 9th October. It will be free to enter and all masterclasses will be free to attend too, allocated on a first come, first served basis. The Gin Garden will be open from 12noon – 11pm daily.

The Festival Hub on Albert Square is the central, outdoor food and drink festival focal point and is open from 12noon -11pm daily from 29th September – 9th October too.

Manchester Food and Drink Festival is the UK’s biggest urban food and drink festival and this years programme includes events right across the city. The full programme can be found at www.foodanddrinkfestival.com