Tonight: Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery are launching a new events series with Blackbox

Tonight: Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery are launching a new events series with Blackbox

Posted on: 12 Oct 2021

Don't miss a huge collaboration between Dead Man's Fingers and the renowned Bristol promoters. 


The Bristol home of Dead Man's Fingers spiced rum, the Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery, is hosting a huge launch party tonight (Tuesday 12 October), spinning house, techno, disco and more to kickstart a new weekly events series.


The distillery has gone from strength to strength since its opening in 2019 on Park Street, and has quickly become a firm favourite amongst the city’s spirit lovers.


Already offering a range of spaces for private hire, the venue is now hosting a free-to-attend Blackbox Residents Party, taking place every Tuesday throughout October.


Blackbox DJs Millie Watts and Tommy Pollock will be taking over for a night of non-stop bangers spanning a range of genres. Alongside a stellar soundtrack, Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery are offering 2 for 1 on Dead Man’s Fingers mixed drinks from start to finish.

Did you know you can book in for Rum School?


The Bristol and Bath Rum Distillery are taking bookings for the autumn/winter season, inviting locals along to their cosy Park Street space for friendly, fun and informative Rum School sessions. 


The tasting and making sessions take visitors on a journey from rum's miraculous conception on Caribbean sugarcane plantations to its fascinating modern-day methods of production.


You'll be entertained with the spirit's rags to riches story - covering the darker as well as the lighter-hearted chapters - while you enjoy a range of classic rums and rum-based cocktails.


The Distillery's Rum Making experience also gives attendees the opportunity to spice and redistill their own 70cl bottle of rum before naming the new variety, personalising the label and waxing the top.


Rum School sessions take place at the Distillery every Friday and Saturday, starting at £50 per person. Bookings can also be made for private functions, making for a refreshingly unique experience for work parties.


For more information on the Bristol and Bath Rum Distillery, to browse their full Rum School programme or to make a booking, head to their website.

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Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturday’s are spent watching his team both home and away.