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The Botanist, 41A King Street, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6DW

The history of gin spans three centuries and this event at The Botanist invites you to explore the world of gin in a unique way!

From explaining why Alan Turing seriously proposed using gin as an alternative to mercury as an ultrasonic storage medium, to understanding the science that explains why some food and drinks such as a G&T mix perfectly (quinine and juniper), this masterclass will immerse you in gin’s heritage and surprising science. Presented by an expert from The Botanist who will lead guests through a marvellous masterclass, this event is open to over-18s only.

Opening Times

  • Thursday 7 September: Masterclass 1600-1800

Booking Details

Pre-booking: Required
Booking Contact: Josie Lindley
Call: 01565 750 459
Email: josielindley@nwtc.uk.com
Booking opens: 15 August 2017 11:00
Booking closes: 6 September 2017 17:00

Additional information

Max 14 people per tour/session. The building in which The Botanist is located was the Old Chapel and Grammar School and the blue plaque outside reads: A Chapel of Ease stood here from the 14th century until the Parish Church was built in 1744. The Grammar School was also here until 1887.’

Event contact over the festival: Josie Lindley.

Website

thebotanist.uk.com/locations/knutsford