CHEWING THE CUD IS BACK!!! 🐄🍷🐄
Join us next Wednesday on IG Live where we will be celebrating life in the sloe lane!
We’ll be on IG Live next Wednesday evening (August 25th) at 6.30pm. And as autumn is upon us, we’ll be discussing our Sloe Bertha, a warming tipple made by infusing wild and cultivated sloes with Bertha’s Revenge Gin.
The perfect antidote to shorter evenings!
See you then!
The proof of the pudding is in the eating. We are delighted to share this video clip by David McClelland of us thoroughly enjoying a slice of toast with a generous dollop of Bertha’s Revenge Gin marmalade. It is absolutely delicious and made by our friends at Crossogue Preserves. Total heaven!
Delighted to share all the goings-on at Ballyvolane House this summer.
Staycation in splendid isolation in the house or in the cosy glamping bell tents and quirky arks in the gardens. Weddings are back! Ballyvolane House is also opening up the gardens and a pop-up cafe on selected dates during the summer. A warm welcome to Sarah English who has just joined the team as House Chef.
We are chuffed to bits that the latest addition to our little herd, Bertha’s Revenge Navy Strength Gin won a ‘Spirit Silver’ Award at the IWSC (International Wine & Spirit Competition) 2021 in London. The International Wine & Spirit Competition awards excellence to wines & spirits in over 90 countries, encouraging recognition for quality products since 1969.
The World's Original Dalemain Marmalade Awards 2021 - Silver for Bertha's Revenge Small Batch Orange Marmalade
We are thrilled our Bertha’s Revenge Small Batch Orange Marmalade has won Silver in the Artisan section of The World’s Original Marmalade Awards 2021.
The marmalade is made by our friend Veronica Molloy and her fab team at Crossogue Preserves.
We are delighted that Bertha’s Revenge Gin is a finalist in the World Dairy Innovation Awards 2021 for ‘Best dairy drink’. We are chuffed to bits and we wish all the other finalists the best of luck.
Gone are the days when beer and whiskey ruled the roost in Ireland. The nation has been in the grip of the craft gin movement for the past five years; once perceived as a go-to drink for the older generation, it’s now firmly on-trend and more popular – not to mention more available – than ever.
We are delighted Bertha is featured in this article by Gin Magazine. Cheers!
Huge thanks to Clara Cooney for having Justin on her Cork’s Red FM ‘Cork Food Stories with Clara Cooney’ podcast. Thank you for giving Justin an opportunity to share our story and Bertha love. Very enjoyable chats and gin-wag!