The first few venues in this year’s extraordinary line up have also now been announced.
The first venues to be revealed are:
Grain & Glass
The Pineapple Club
Harvey Nichols Bar
The Canal House
Ikigai at 1000 Trades
The Alchemist Brindleyplace
The Cosy Club
AC Hotel by Marriott
Hotel du Vin
The Rectory & 180 Club
The Park Regis
This year cocktail lovers will collect their wristbands, and begin their cocktail adventure, from The House of Suntory Hub; the home of Japanese craft spirits Roku Gin, Toki Whisky and Haku Vodka.
Speaking about the return of Birmingham Cocktail Weekend, founder of Living For The Weekend Alex Nicholson-Evans comments:
“We are so excited to be back and I just cannot wait to see all our wonderful cocktail lovers at The House of Suntory Hub @ The Mailbox. It’s fair to say we all deserve a cocktail or two this year, and I’m certain this year’s signature cocktails won’t disappoint!”
Wristbands are on sale now, priced at £10 (+booking fee) and grant wearers access to exclusive signature £5 cocktails across all participating venues, as well as access to series of exciting covid-secure events that will take place over the three-day festival.