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Waterhead Gin of the Month – Hayman’s 1850 Reserve

Waterhead has an impressive Gin Library of over 40 gins and each month we feature a Gin of the Month. This month our choice is Hayman’s 1850 Reserve, a throwback to the style of gin rested in whisky barrels and sold in Gin Palaces in the 1880s.  

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Waterhead Gin of the Month – No.3 London Dry Gin

Waterhead has a large collection of Gin , on your next visit to the bar, be sure to ask about our Gin Library! Each month we feature a Gin of the Month, for May our choice is No. 3 London Dry which celebrates a long heritage of excellence in the wine and spirit trade. Continue reading

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5 Easy Walks with Children in The Lake District

There is so much to see and do in the Lake District, so whether you are here on a short hotel break in the Lakes or just visiting the area for the day, here are five of our favourite easy walks with children. Continue reading

Inspiring Art – The Gondola Sails for Home

Waterhead enjoys a close link with local artists in our community. For the next few months we are hosting a work by Mike Labrum entitled, ‘Evening, The Gondola Sails for Home’. Continue reading

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Perfecting the Art of Great Coffee

At Waterhead our love and passion for serving good coffee continues. During UK coffee week, 4th to 10th May, we’d like to share our recent journey in perfecting the art of producing really great coffee. Continue reading

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Waterhead Gin of the Month – Austrian Blue Gin

Waterhead’s Gin of the Month was first discovered by Anthony whilst on a skiing holiday in the Austrian Alps. He shares a little bit about Austrian Blue Gin, created from a truly international blend of botanicals.  Continue reading

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Gin of the Month – Brockmans

For April’s Gin of the Month Anthony has chosen Brockmans, a beautifully crafted ultra premium gin, one that is defined by its unique, intensely smooth and original gin taste.

A group of friends got together to share their skills and experience to deliver a gin that was completely new and original. Their knowledge of gin history and fascination and love for the spirit combined with the influence of their individual styles of gin distillation was invaluable. They set about to create a gin that was different to every gin already on the market and one that was intensely smooth and that you could drink neat over ice. Throughout the creation various methods and recipes were tried before deciding they had developed the right balance of the finest botanicals from around the world which brought the taste of Brockmans. Continue reading