Nottinghamshire Gins & Distilleries in Nottinghamshire
On This Page: Nottinghamshire Gin and Distillery directory, reviews and tasting notes, distillery tours and gin schools in Nottinghamshire, interviews with Nottinghamshire distillers.
Charmingly, Nottinghamshire is home to one of just a handful of roads in the UK named 'Distillery Street'. The road, which was home to a shortlived distillery producing spirits from beetroot in the mid-1800s, is located in Ruddington near Nottingham - a village which is now home to Ruddy Fine Gin, one of the county's 2 active gin distilleries. Ruddy Fine Gin put Nottinghamshire on the gin map in 2022 by being a Winner in the Contemporary Gin category of The Gin Guide Awards 2022 with their Lockdown Gin.
Nottinghamshire Gin Reviews - A to Z
Ruddy Fine Gin
Launched during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2019 by Garden Designer, Cheryl Stretton, and Events Organiser, Rory Thorpe, Ruddy Fine Distillery is located in the Nottinghamshire village of Ruddington. Their gins are distilled in 350-bottle batches and their range includes their London Dry Gin, Navy Strength Gin, Summer Berries Gin, and Limited Edition products.
For another gin produced in Nottinghamshire, try Redsmith Gin.
Gin Distillery Tours in Nottingham
While there are just 2 distilleries in Nottinghamshire, Ruddy Fine Distillery hosts Gin Tasting Experiences and Redsmith Distillery can be visited by appointment for ideal experiences for gin lovers living in or visiting Nottinghamshire.
- 1. Redsmith Distillery (Central Nottingham)
- 2. Ruddy Fine Distillery (Ruddington near Nottingham) - Tours & Tastings
Nottingham Gin Bars & Shops
As well as visiting the distilleries above, if you're looking for a gin cocktail or to pick up a range of local gins, our friends from Nottinghamshire's distilleries have recommended the following options:
Meet the Makers
Get to know Nottinghamshire's finest gin creators and distillers in our 'Meet the Maker' interviews. Find out what inspired them and how they created and launched their gin, how it's made, what botanicals are used, what you can experience if you visit their distilleries, how best to serve their gins, and what they have planned for the future: