This year, artisanal gin brand 6 O’clock Gin marks its tenth anniversary with a celebration of the age-old British tradition of enjoying a Gin & Tonic at 6 o’clock in the evening. This October, in the week leading up to the clocks going back, the brand will be delivering 3,652 free G&Ts to desks across the capital, each drink representing every 6 o’clock Gin and Tonic hour that has passed over the last 10 years.
Every day from Monday 19th until Friday 23rd, the brand will deliver free G&Ts in participating offices across London and Bristol. After months of working from home and being cut off from colleagues, the tradition of clocking off to enjoy a sociable post-work drink has become even more valuable and now office workers can unite in their love of post work drinks.
6 O’clock Gin has teamed up with The Work Perk to deliver refreshing, bartender quality London Dry Gin & Tonic’s directly to office workers at their desks to celebrate both the return to the office and the extra hour of fun that comes with the end of British Summertime. To participate HR or Office Managers can simply sign up for free on The Work Perk website.
After months of uncertainty and isolation, 6 O’clock Gin’s 10 year celebrations are a reminder to take the time to enjoy a drink with friends and colleagues. One of the original pioneers of the UK gin boom back in 2010, family-owned craft gin brand, 6 O’clock Gin still maintains its long-held family tradition of enjoying a G&T at 6 O’clock, a very British custom, still enjoyed at the distillery and shared by gin-lovers all over the world.
Distilled in small batches, using traditional skills and only the best natural ingredients, 6 O’clock Gin is known for its carefully selected botanicals, led by juniper, and precisely balanced for a refreshingly clean taste. 6 O’clock Gin is owned and operated by the family-run artisan spirit company Bramley & Gage, based on the outskirts of Bristol, 6 O’clock gin and was one of just 23 spirit distilleries in England that, ten years ago, set about changing the way we drank gin. In an era where artisanal gin is one of the UK’s most popular drinks and there are now 441 distilleries across the UK, 6 O’clock Gin continues to evolve and innovate, regularly introducing new products, recipes and collaborations.