EventsCatch us on the hoof at Gin Festivals, Events, Galas & Exhibitions that you’ll find Bertha’s Revenge appearing at throughout the year!
We were delighted to have taken part in the Irish Craft Gin workshop at the West Waterford Festival of Food at the gorgeous Merry’s Gastropub in Dungarvan yesterday afternoon. Gin distillers from Blackwater Distillery, Glendalough and Listoke were sharing their delicious and differing styles of gin with an enthusiastic audience.
Really looking forward to this event. Promises to be a fantastic night all in support of a very deserving cause.
‘Cooking for Cancer’ is taking place on Monday 3rd of April in Ballyvolane House, Castlelyons, Co Cork.
An all-star line up of chefs will prepare a five course banquet, with all proceeds going to Breakthrough Cancer Research.
Tickets cost €120, which includes wine. This is an evening not to be missed…
We are delighted Bertha was awarded the ‘Irish Drink Award’ at the prestigious ‘Irish Food Writers’ Guild Awards 2017’ at Restaurant Patrick Gilbaud in Dublin on Thursday, 09 March 2017.
We are absolutely delighted to have received this award and we would like to thank the members of the Irish Food Writers’ Guild for their support. We have been celebrating!
Cork Young Entrepreneurs Networking Event organised by the Local Enterprise Office South Cork will be held on Friday, 3rd February 2017 at Ballyvolane House. Justin Green will talk about the story behind Bertha’s Revenge Gin, a recent entrant to the craft gin scene and making a big splash, and how they have grown sales to date.
Cork-based entrepreneur Pat Lynch will give a presentation on the night with some valuable insights into how to successfully maximise sales.
We are proud and delighted to announce the birth of our second calf Sloe Bertha.
Sloe Bertha - a warming tipple made by infusing wild sloes with Bertha’s Revenge Gin. The wild sloe berries are picked from the hedgerows around Ballyvolane House and beyond, when they ripen in the autumn. We then steep them in Bertha’s Revenge Gin for several months and add some sugar syrup at the end to sweeten.
Listen back to Antony, Peter Mulryan of Blackwater Distillery and Emily Cox of The Shed Distillery chatting with Bobby Kerr of Newstalk FM’s ‘Down to Business’ about the rise and rise of Irish craft gin. Cracking show - thank you Bobby!
Interview with the Gin Foundry - Want to meet the team behind today’s #Ginvent gin @berthasrevenge? We caught up with Justin Green!
‘Hidden Ireland’ by James Fennell & Josephine Ryan. Published by Blackstaff Press.
James Fennell’s evocative photographs combine with Josephine Ryan’s lively, authoritative text to tell the story of Hidden Ireland.
We hosted the Munster Wine & Dine Circle here last Sunday for a tour of the distillery followed by a spot of lunch afterwards. It was a cold by sunny day, the crowd was enthusiastic and fun and a Bertha tipple added a little colour to the cheeks. Here is a lovely account of the day by Cork Billy in his blog. Thank you MWDC for coming and thanks to Billy Lyons for blogging. We really enjoyed having them all here.
Food Connect is a new tourism conference developed by Failte Ireland featuring expert international and domestic speakers, mouth-watering food showcases as well as panel discussions, networking opportunities and the unveiling of exclusive new findings on Irish food tourism.
It will be held at thte stunning Tankardstown House, Co. Meath on 12th and 13th September 2016.
Justin is one of the speakers and he will be telling the story of Ballyvolane House and Bertha’s Revenge Gin and talking about ‘Tourism diversification through food and drinks in rural Ireland’.