One of the UK’s leading independent alcoholic drinks manufacturers is the latest signing at In Drinks, the new national trade show for the drinks sector taking place in Glasgow in March 2023.
Halewood Artisanal Spirits will be featuring their latest products in their premium spirits range which forms an important part of their expanding range of UK manufactured drinks.
The new Whitley Neill Distiller’s Cut – a premium London Dry Gin – will be foremost in a big range of brands covering gin, whisky, rum and vodka categories. In addition, Halewood will also be pouring its new range of Whitley Neill 0.0% launched earlier this month and now available in four expressions.
John Kennedy, Sales Director, Halewood UK, commented,
In Drinks is an opportunity to get in front of the drinks trade and share our passion for our premium range of artisanal spirits. We’re looking forward to working up interest in our exciting range of products with a warm welcome and lots of lively and engaging features at the Halewood stand.
Over 30 exhibitors are already signed up for the show which features both alcohol and non-alcoholic products. The show is co-locating with ScotHot, Scotland’s largest trade show for hospitality, food and tourism and is also being supported by WSTA, Club Soda, CGA and Scotland Food and Drink.
Halewood Artisanal Spirits is an award-winning UK-based drinks manufacturer with premium brands including Whitley Neill, Dead Man’s Fingers , J. J. Whitley, and Aber Falls whisky. The business operates a number of craft breweries and artisanal distilleries across the UK including: Hawkshead Brewery in Cumbria, Aber Falls Distillery in North Wales, City of London Distillery, Liverpool Gin Distillery, the Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery and most recently, its new whisky distillery in Edinburgh.
Outside the UK, the business exports products to over 100 countries around the world and has significant operations in a number of international markets including North America, South Africa, Australia, Russia and China. The business was founded by the late John Halewood in 1978 and it remains owned and controlled by the Halewood family.
Credit: Re-post from Halewood website