What You’ll Do
Get shaken and stirred at a cocktail masterclass in the visitor centre at a famous Northern Ireland Distillery. Gather your friends for an afternoon of fun learning how to create fantastic cocktails. Sip a welcome cocktail before mixing, muddling and straining your own cocktails and enjoying them with some tasty tapas. As a customer of Good Food Ireland®, you’ll get an exclusive tasting of a sugar-free pink gin.
Not only will you now have the skills, but you’ll also have the tools to make cocktails at home.
This group experience is ideal for birthday parties, hen or stag parties or corporate events.
Welcome cocktail on arrival
Get hands-on behind the bar and learn to create, mix muddle and strain cocktails
2 bespoke cocktails per person
Locally produced tasty tapas with veggie options available too
Exclusive tasting of Rosie’s Garden Gin
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Please note a minimum of 15 guests is required.
Shortcross Distillery reserve the right to refuse entry.
No dogs permitted onsite.
No children permitted onsite.
Parking is Free onsite – unfortunately, they are unable to facilitate overnight parking.
The Distillery is located in a private estate, and request visitors not to go walkabout.
Starts at 12pm & 3pm
Available Friday and Saturday
Located 35 minutes by car from Belfast, Rademon Estate is located just off the A7 road.View on Maps
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