Summer Gin Market has launched
The Craft & Co have had many gin markets to signify the seasons throughout the year, but can you believe they’ve never held one dedicated only to summer? Well… they’re going to right that wrong in 2020 and launching their first ever Summer Gin Market!
So together with some of their distillery friends, they’ll be putting together over 10 market stalls, where punters can meet some of the makers in person and find out all about their products (some of which are making their Gin Market debut!). No surprise either that they’re expecting another sell-out weekend market, so are urging people to snare themselves a spot early in Melbourne’s original and longest running Gin Market series.
DATE: Saturday 1st February 2020 & Sunday 2nd February 2020
WHERE: The Craft & Co – 390 Smith St, Collingwood
PRICE: $15 (includes FREE tastings at all market stalls) and gives you access to one session.
Ticketed sessions are available throughout the weekend:
Saturday 1st February Sessions:
Session 1: 11am to 1pm
Session 2: 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Session 3: 4pm to 6pm
Sunday 2nd February Sessions:
Session 4: 11am to 1pm
Session 5: 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Session 6: 4pm to 6pm
Included in the entry price of $15 is FREE tastings at all market stalls! But be warned: each session has strictly limited ticket allocations, so once they’re sold, that’s that! There’s currently no allocation for walk-ins on the day. Don’t forget – you can also have a feed or a drink in The Craft & Co’s eatery & bar downstairs throughout the day too and bookings are recommended.
Strictly 18+ event only.
Ticket sales and event listing available HERE
Facebook event listing HERE
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