Category Archives: Events

Summer So Far…

Wow! What an amazing (and crazy-busy!) couple of months here at Spencerfield! Here are some of our highlights:   Edinburgh Gin wins Another Award! Winning a Master in the Premium category of the Gin Masters 2013 Raspberry Gin being featured on ITV’s This Morning – and Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby loving it!! Raspberry Edinburgh Continue reading..

The Highland Show

Do come and visit our stand in the Food Hall at the Highland Show. Plenty of Edinburgh Gin, Raspberry Gin and whisky all on sale. A better day today (Friday) weather wise, but thanks to all our customers yesterday who braved the rain to come and see our stand. Hoping the weather holds, but at Continue reading..

Edinburgh Gin @ Edinburgh 10′s Rugby Festival

Spencerfield Spirit will be at the Edinburgh 10′s Rugby Festival on Saturday 23 June. Come and join Hattie at our pop-up bar, where she will be serving gin and tonics for £3. She will be there from 10am until the bar shuts at 6pm. The best 10s Rugby Festival takes place at the home of Continue reading..

Forthcoming events – back on the road for 2012

Our first big fair in 2012 will be next weekend. Come and see us at the Weald of Kent Craft Show. It takes place at Penshurst Place Nr Tonbridge. Over 250 different stands from around the UK bringinh you the very best in unusual and inspiring crafts, not usually found on the high street. Something Continue reading..

The Whisky Picnic – Get Your Ticket Now

Whisky_Picnic_ol Where to start? They are insane!They think whisky is not about old people, scores out of 100, secret societies, tartan, marble fireplaces, snobbery, frowning upon adding anything to whisky, silver service, crystal tumblers, five stars, big cars…! But this is exactly what whisky is all about, right!? Well, no. For Duncan McRae and Nick Continue reading..

Inverkeithing Highland Games and Sheep Dip

“A great day for fun, frolic, fit races, ale and drunken folks” was had at Inverkeithing Highland Games on Saturday. Sheep Dip whisky was a proud  sponsor of our home town games. The sun came out for the 3500 visitors who converged on the Ballast Bank  to enjoy the various traditional events including tests of strength, track events, Highland dancing Continue reading..