As records state, Hull was given its charter on April 1, 1299, by King Edward I, but came of age on April 23, 1642, when it denied King Charles entry at Beverley Gate.
Michael Wood says: “Kingston Upon Hull Day will take place on April 23, the same day as St George's Day and the birth and death date of William Shakespeare. Thanks to its recent reign as UK City of Culture, Hull has become a well-known national brand. Kingston Upon Hull Day raises this awareness even further. On April 23, this day can be celebrated."
In limited edition numbered bottles, to commemorate Kingston upon Hull Day on April 23, our gin is distilled by hand in traditional copper alembic stills, right here in Hull.
For the perfect serve, we recommend that you serve over ice with a quality Indian tonic, and garnish with a slice of lemon.
Buy online for delivery or come and collect from Hotham's Gin School and Distillery within Hepworth's Arcade, Hull or Trinity Market, Hull.
Like many gins, all of our gins are gluten-free, vegan, GMO-free and not tested on animals. To find out more about the allergens we avoid, click here
We are sorry but we cannot sell gin to under 18s