The Sipsmith School of Smithery, in Partnership with Cockpit Arts
Please book via Eventbrite. Booking will go live to the public on August 24th 2020. Makers and Smiths must pre-book their spot, tickets cost £15 and include a welcome pack and G&T.
Take your craft business to the next level with the School of Smithery, where Sipsmith founders and experts from Cockpit Arts are dispensing one-on-one advice and curating inspiring group workshops and discussions. The day ends with a panel talk about the future of smithery and the chance to connect with other makers over a G&T or two.
For those like Sipsmith who champion a future made better by hand, join their master craftsmen and fellow makers at the Sipsmith Distillery for a series of ticketed experiences, workshops and talks.
Founded 11 years ago, Sipsmith has pioneered the craft gin boom. In 2009, their founders Sam and Fairfax pioneered for a change in the UK distilling law to allow distillers to craft gin the way it used to be and should be, by hand in small batches. Since Sipsmith was granted the first distilling licence in just shy of 200 years, they have inspired a generation of distillers around the world to craft their own gin.
The Sipsmith team’s unrelenting passion for things well made, by hand and with love and commitment, is what has inspired them to be a part of London Craft Week. Sipsmith was founded to champion ‘Smithery’ – a future made by hand – and in turn are passionate about supporting the next generation of smiths.
Sipsmith gin has won over 30 international awards and is used by top bartenders and gin lovers across the globe as an essential ingredient to a vast range of classic cocktails.
‘Sparked the craft spirits revolution in the UK’ – The Spirits Business, 2019