Gin is still one of the nation’s favourite tipples and Liverpool has plenty of bars to sit back and relax in with a good old G&T. Whether you are after a gin before you head onto the dance floor, a cocktail to sip on in the sun or afternoon drinks with your mates; there is a bar for very occasion. 

To help you plan your gin themed night out we have made a list of some of the best places to head to sample your favourite drink. 


For a glass of Liverpool’s finest gin then a trip to the Liverpool Gin Distillery on Castle Street is a must. You can go simple and pick from their collection of gins for a G&T or you can go all out and try their masterclasses. Go on a distillery tour, distill your own gin or try a bit of gin tasting. If you’re a fan of gin then it’s the perfect place to head at the weekend. 


Home to the Ginsmiths of Liverpool, head down to Love Lane Brewery in the Baltic Triangle to sample some of the finest gin around. Choose from a Dry Gin, Merchant Navy Gin, Marshmallow Gin or a range of cocktails in the huge venue. They also do distillery tours so you can see how the gin gets made in house!


Jenever on Hope Street is the perfect spot to head to try out an extensive gin collection. With over 120 gins you could be there a while but it makes for all the more reason to return. If you can't choose, they do gin tasting sessions so you can try out a few and learn all about the best gins in the North West. 


The Botanical Garden is a hidden gem of a gin garden. Nestled into the back streets of the Baltic Triangle, pull up a bench and soak up the sun with a gin cocktail or a Gin In a Tin. With grass bleachers, a shed to cool down and a DJ on the decks - you can't really go wrong. 

•COLLINS OF THE WEEK FT. HEPPLE GIN• A recent addition to our bountiful backbar is this delicious gin from one of the last wild sanctuaries in the remote moors of Northumberland. Hepple gin shaken with lemon and pine syrup, topped with soda and a pine sherbet rim to emphasise the spicy juniper, earthy pine & sweet blackcurrant notes. . . Our ‘Collins of The Week’ showcases some of our favourite gins in a simple structured cocktail and this is no exception; absolutely delicious til the end and one of our favourites - we reckon you’ll agree ☀️ . . #ginpizzasunshine #liverpooldrinks #botanicalgarden #independentliverpool #ginstagram #cocktails #hepplegin #baltictriangle

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On the corner of Slater Street you will find one of the coolest gin bars around. The Merchant has a large gin menu that you can enjoy indoors or outdoors in the secret garden. To top it off they have Nightcrawler pizza serving up New York style slices for a snack to go with your gin.  


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Enter into the basement of the Underground Gin Society on Castle Street for a G&T or cocktail. Expect to find world gins combined with unbelievable garnishes, flavours and tonics alongside the best local Dj’s - there’s bound to be a party going on down there. 


LEAF on Bold Street has a gin menu you need to sample. The tea shop turned eatery, bar, and gig space has everything going on!


This speakeasy gin and whiskey bar on Berry Street is one of Liverpool’s finest hidden gems - that’s if you can find it. There are no signs pointing in the direction of the bar, you just need to find the right door, give it a knock and they’ll let you in to sample a gin cocktail of your choice. 

We’ll give you a clue; the door is black with the faint sounds of jazz coming from the cracks - good luck! 


We all want our gin served in a teapot, don’t we? Well head over to the Baltic Social on Parliament Street for a gin tea party, so to speak.


The name of this place hints as to what goes on inside; expect the unexpected when it comes to your gin here. Your cocktails come in science beakers, test tubes and fancy glasses as they arrive to your table billowing with dry ice. For something a bit fancy, we’d definitely recommend heading here. 

The Screwball & The BubbleBath 😍

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The Florist on Hardman Street has to be one of the most stunning places in the city to go for a G&T. True to its name, the bar is full to the brim with flowers, a flower wall, blooming trees and the best floral gins to go with it all. If there’s a few of you, why not try out one of their gin sharing vases? 


You can't really go wrong with the Baltic Market, they do everything you could possibly ask for and gin ranks high on the list. The huge warehouse is home to an abundance of local food and drink stalls and the gin bar always proves popular. With a selection of your favourite tipple to pick from and served with all the trimmings, you’ll no doubt be capturing a picture of these for instagram.


Turn up at Red Door on Berry Street for a night of all your favourite gin cocktails accompanied with a lot of dancing. 

Plenty of bars around town serve up their own take on the classic G&Ts so this list is just a guide for you to start your gin journey around Liverpool.

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This blog post has been written by Sophie Shields, Digitial Marketing Assistant for Marketing Liverpool.

Sophie is from Liverpool, loves all things music, particularly the local music scene and Liverpool FC. 


Love Lane Brewery (formerly H1780 Tap & Still)
Inside of Love Lane Brewery with benches in the middle of the industrial looking room.

Drink or dine with a window into the heart of the distillery/brewery, all in a venue that would make the meatpacking district in New York jealous!

Leaf on Bold Street Café
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Looking through the large cafe windows. A girl sits on a green Chesterfield style couch

A unique, independent teashop and bar located on Bold Street in the heart of Liverpool city centre.

Baltic Social
Baltic Social in the heart of the Baltic Triangle.

Bringing together quality food, boss music and belter drinks to the heart of Liverpool's Baltic Triangle; your next food or drink stop has got to be the Baltic Social.

The Alchemist
People are sitting at tables inside a modern, light and chic bar. Hanging drop lights add a glow.

At the Alchemist they're masters in the dark arts of molecular mixology and demons in the kitchen.

The Florist
The upstairs dining area of the Florist complete with hanging flowers, copper pendant lights, white walls with pink detailing.

The Florist, a contemporary new bar and restaurant is situated on the site of the former Old Blind School pub.

Baltic Market
Cafe / Bar
Small coloured food vendors inside an airy warehouse. There is festoon lighting and people sat at tables and benches.

Liverpool's first ever street food market, Baltic Market situated on the redeveloped Cains Brewery site.