With a rise in the range of drinks coming from our home soil, we feel it’s the best time to celebrate British drinks, whilst also highlighting the next big drink trends for 2020 onwards. At the show you can learn about, taste and source alcoholic and alcoholic-free drinks from across the UK by attending sessions on the Tasting Table then visiting these suppliers on their stands after each session.  See below content to learn more about UK drink trends and all sessions on the Great British Drinks Movement's Tasting Table will be avaliable to book in February.

 

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A new feature area for 2020, The Great British Drinks Movement is the at-show manifestation of a comprehensive content stream around the exciting varieties and growing market of drinks produced within the UK. TV personality Jane Parkinson will be joined by leading drinks experts to host fun, educational tastings and experiences for our visitor audience over the three days to explore the latest flavour trends in cider, beer, CBD, wine, spirits and the expanding Low & No drinks category.

This innovation area will truly display the exciting craftmanship, tasting notes, storytelling and the sustainable benefits of local sourcing - challenging operators to rethink and revitalise the drinks offering within their hotel, restaurant or catering business.

 

Who will you meet?

  • 310 Premium

    310 Premium has created a range of alcohol-free soft drinks. Their mocktails recreate the familiar flavours of the most popular alcoholic drinks that you simply pour over ice.

    Stand F963

  • Jukes Cordialities

    Made from carefully developed recipes using all of Matthew’s olfactory and sensory expertise, he has created and blended his Cordialities in order to take your senses to an entirely new and soothing flavour destination.

    These Cordialities show exquisite, complex, aromatic characters as well as uncommon texture, flavour and richness on the palate.

    Stand F859

  • Masons Yorkshire Gin

    Masons Yorkshire Gin was created by Karl & Cathy Mason, gin enthusiasts without any prior knowledge of the industry who set out to produce a drink that stood out from the crowd – a unique gin with more character and more taste – not just a different label.

    Stand F742

  • Maynard House

    Situated near Bury St Edmunds, Maynard House is a family run company, which has been making its highly flavourful apple juice range for a local market since 1992. Pressed and bottled on-site, the apple juices are available in many upmarket establishments throughout London and the UK.
     
    Stand F950
     
  • Punchy Drinks

    PUNCHY is an independent craft punch producer with a simple mission, to unite people whether they're drinking or not. They've created the world's first 0% and 4% abv Spiced Rum Punch in a bottle, to promote choice, moderation and inclusivity. They're here to give you options, not to judge. #STAYPUNCHY

    Stand F851

  • Senser Spirits

    Crafted by Plants Alchemist Vanessa Jacoby, Senser’s Alcohol-Free Plant Spirits® combine ancient tradition with modern science to capture the true ‘spirit’ of the plants.

    Curating plant-blends for specific effect, Vanessa uses a unique series of processes that preserves nature’s innate ability to nourish body and soul, to stimulate the senses, to transport and delight.

    By opening up a whole new realm of discovery, Senser intend to inspire a deeper connection between people, plants and planet.

    Using specially crafted blends of mother nature’s super-plants, Senser’s ‘Plant Spirits’ are the conscious choice for new healthy drinking experiences.

    Stand F845

  • TrueStart

    TrueStart Coffee is THE NATURAL ENERGY KICK - They make vibrant, healthy, clean coffee in a range of formats for a guilt-free natural energy kick whenever and wherever you need it. TrueStart is an ethical family run business bursting with positivity and they're proud to be working hard towards certified B-Corp status.

    Stand F758