The UK’s number one premium gin brand and Amazon best seller, Whitley Neill, is once again demonstrating its award-winning credentials and innovative approach to flavours, by launching a limited-edition Gooseberry Gin, in February 2020. Continue reading Whitley Neill Plays Gooseberry With Limited Edition Flavour
Halewood International Ltd. is proud to announce the opening of its latest, easternmost bar in Bangkok, Thailand, and its first in Asia, The Whitley Neill, Bangkok.
Following the successful October openings of the Whitley Neill Bar and Kitchen in St. Petersburg, Russia, and the Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery in Bristol, England, Halewood continues to utilise its own branded on-trade presence in both its mature and developing markets to promote its premium craft spirits brands. Halewood also owns and operates bars at the world famous Liverpool Distillery, and in the City of London Distillery in central London’s financial district, to name just a few.
In September 2019, Halewood officially opened the Whitley Neill Bar & Kitchen on Belinsky Street in Saint-Petersburg.
Petersburg, like London, the birthplace of the Whitley Neill, is known for its rainy climate and “monochrome” palette of architecture. The two cities are similar not only in gray shades, but also in their bright distinctive nightlife. But the northern Russia capital had a special honor: the opening of the world’s first Whitley Neill Bar & Kitchen gastrobar.
In just a matter of weeks since launching its much-hyped Hemp Rum, Cornish spiced rum brand Dead Man’s Fingers has continued to gain impressive momentum for the exceptional, innovative liquid by securing its first grocery listing with Sainsbury’s and Asda.
The deal represents a major milestone in the evolution of both the brand and the rum category, as this marks the first time ever that a CBD-infused alcohol has been listed in the grocery channel.
Halewood has opened a bar, distillery and rum school in one of Bristol’s most prominent locations. In an iconic building on Park Street, Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery officially opened its doors on the 8th of October.
The 7,500 sq ft venue houses two large production stills. The first is a 500-litre double retort rum still, traditionally used by many Caribbean rum distillers, which will distil Dead Man’s Fingers Spiced Rum. The second is a 200-litre gin still. The Distillery is also home to a Rum School, where visitors can distil their own spiced rum in small copper stills, or they can visit the Distillery’s bar, which is believed to be one of just a few places in the UK to stock over 150 rums from over 50 different rum producing countries.