An Artisanal Gin-making Course in Cape Town

An Artisanal Gin-making Course in Cape Town New Harbour Distillery

You don’t need to be a scientist to distill (y)our favourite spirit.

Move over craft beer. Artisanal gin is the new kid on the block. Learn how to make your own in this short course presented by the juniper-berry lovers at New Harbour Distillery in Woodstock, a company of creative scientific individuals who manufacture high-quality artisanal spirits.

In the three-hour cram session lead by master distiller Nic Janeke, you’ll broaden your knowledge of the history and different types of gin, from Old Tom to London Dry. You’ll also get clued up on all the different manufacturing techniques and how various botanicals affect the flavour.

And the most exciting part is that you’ll also get to make your own version of the quintessential British tipple – from scratch – using single-botanical distillation blends. Certificates will be given to those who complete the course.

The course includes:
• course material
• tastings
• a booklet with recipes
• a bottle of gin, made by you

Booking is essential and classes are limited to eight participants. Larger groups can be accommodated on request.

Good to know New Harbour Distillery offers tastings from Wednesday to Saturday, by appointment only.

Date

Last Saturday of the month

Time

11am – 2pm

Cost

R850
Book here

Contact

063 697 6871
andri@newharbourdistillery.co.za

Disclaimer:

The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location.

Time of publication: 10 October 2017

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3 Responses to “An Artisanal Gin-making Course in Cape Town”

  1. Cath Morton

    My friend & I (serious gin drinkers) are in Cape Town 1 November to 24 November, any chance of an event then?

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  2. Jan Raaths

    I would like to attend the gin coarse on the 24th September
    0833890404

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    • The Inside Guide

      Hi Jan

      You’d need to contact New Harbour Distillery directly (contact details on right hand side).

      Cheers!

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