It is indeed the season for Highland Games and we’re taking our gazebo to Airth on Saturday July 28th. Airth has a long association with the River Forth and its royal dockyard was used to build warships in the time of James IV. It has a slightly less war-related atmosphere these days but the caber toss is certain to get the blood flowing. If this weather lasts all month then you’ll probably be in need of an ice-cold G&T at the end of the day.
Second only to Highland Games are Scotland’s Agricultural Shows – you’ve not lived until you’ve seen competitions between beautifully groomed Belted Galloway Cows and the worlds’ tiniest miniature horses. We are setting up a shop at both the Doune and Dunblane Show and the Luss Show, one that really warms out hearts as our co-owner June calls the area home. Find us at both shows on Saturday 7th of July and before you say you can’t come to both just remember – our bottles come with their very own canvas gift bag. Just look for the Wallace Monument on our banners.
It’s not right to have favourites with your events but there is one in particular we are super excited to share. On Sunday, August 12th we are taking to the lochs to offer our very first Stirling Gin Cruise with Sweeney’s of Loch Lomond. Setting off from Balloch and enjoying Loch Lomond’s breathtaking scenery for two hours, the cruise will also offer four Stirling Gin drinks all carefully paired with some delicious canapes. Those on board should keep their eyes peeled for our soon-to-be-released Folklore Collection gin liqueurs in the form of a wicked Red Cap and a ghostly Green Lady. Snap up a ticket here.