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Enjoy a classy night in with the HYDE virtual Glendalough Gin Tasting

Having a night out on the town might not be possible, but that’s no obstacle to injecting a bit of class into your evenings with the HYDE virtual Glendalough Gin Tasting this month.

Hyde Bar, which is currently open to residents at weekends. are teaming up with Glendalough Distillery to offer patrons a virtual evening of amazing Gin and Cocktails.

You will get the chance to learn about the background of Glendalough Gin and what makes their collection of drinks so special and give you a finer understanding and appreciation of what goes into making a world class spirit.

The event kicking of at 8pm on Thursday, October 22 will be hosted by Glendalough ambassadors and gin experts, Galway’s own Alan Glynn alongside Gary Dunlop.

The one hour tasting event will feature 3 serves Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin & Schweppes Signature Crisp Tonic, Glendalough Rose gin & Schweppes Signature Light Tonic and a very special Glendalough based Cocktail.

Gin lovers book tickets when they click the link below, you will then receive a package from Hyde Bar that contains everything needed for this exciting event


Connacht Hospitality Group Marketing Manager Eveanna Ryan said that this is the perfect opportunity for them to engage with both customers and suppliers.

It’s an unmissable chance to learn more about the top class drinks that are available in Hyde Bar, and which customers will be able to enjoy when the CHG are able to welcome customers back.


image credit: Glendalough Distillery via Facebook

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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