This autumn sees Hepple Gin arrive at four new London bars - Aquashard, The National Theatre, the brand new Bridge Theatre and the Royal Academy of Arts. Whether you are looking for a cocktail with the best views in London or a pre-theatre gin & tonic, do make sure you ask for Hepple gin when you’re visiting.
Aqua Shard is a not just another contemporary British restaurant, it’s location on the 31st floor of London’s tallest building, The Shard, makes it worth the visit for the view alone. The menu features cleverly prepared and presented British ingredients prepared, while the Atrium Bar is open all day with changing views of the London
Here you can enjoy an impeccable Martini - 165 meters above London - the perfect aperitif while you watch the sunset over London.
Further along the Southbank at the iconic National Theatre, Hepple Gin is now served at the National Theatre.
In our opinion, a Hepple Gin and Tonic is the ideal pre-theatre refresher or interval pick-me-up! The National Theatre bars are serving our G&T with added zing with our Douglas fir sherbet rim which beautifully brings out the piney notes in Hepple.
The Bridge Theatre
The Bridge Theatre - near the eponymous Tower Bridge, is a new venture spearheaded by theatre greats Nick Starr and Nicholas Hytner, both previously at the National. Opening on 18 October - it’s the first purpose-built commercial theatre of scale in London since 1937– opening in October.
The foyer cafe and bar will be open all day and is set to become a hub for those who live or work around Potters Fields and Tower Bridge. Working with the St. JOHN group the cafe will sell their iconic doughnuts and bread, as well as an interesting menu.
Alongside a wine and beer list chosen by t St. JOHN, you will find Hepple Gin cocktails including our classic Marini, Negroni and our Douglas-pine-sherbet-rimmed Gin & Tonic.
The Royal Academy of Arts
Finally, Hepple Gin is now available atthe Shenkman Bar at the Royal Academy of Arts on Picadilly. The bar features an eclectic and changing cocktail menu to enjoy before or after you view their Royal Academy's exhibition programmes.
The bar opens up to the Keeper's Garden, a little oasis in the heart of London. It's a lovely secluded corner to enjoy in the summer months, designed by renowned landscaper Tom Stuart-Smith, who has created his personal vision of an art oasis.