Birmingham based Bitters ‘n Twisted Venues started their annual Cocktail Trail on the 28th May which will go on throughout June. With the cocktail trail now in its 5th year, the venues have created tasty and creative cocktails for customers to discover and 2016 comes with a charitable twist.
May Bank Holiday Sunday witnessed the beginning of the event which took place at all of the 9 Bitters ‘n Twisted venues, including Island Bar on Suffolk St, The Victoria on John Bright St, and The Jekyll & Hyde on Steelhouse Lane. The latest venue to open, Buffalo & Rye on Bennett’s Hill, will also be a part of the trail.
Stamped Cocktail Trail cards will be given to customers when purchasing a cocktail at the first venue, after three more cocktail purchases (and the stamp card being filled) the fifth cocktail, at the fifth venue is free.
This year will be even more special as each of the venues have created a special Acorns cocktail to support the local children’s charity. When buying the Acorns cocktail, Bitters ‘n Twisted will give 50p to the hospice for each drink sold. At the end of the trail, every card exchanged for a free cocktail will generate an extra 50p for Acorns.
Each Cocktail Trail card has the potential to raise £2.50 for charity.
Matt Scriven, Director of Bitters ‘n Twisted, said:
With hopefully a sunny Bank Holiday ahead, the Bitters ‘n Twisted Cocktail trail is the perfect occasion to try some creative cocktails and take a tour of the city. More particularly, we hope to raise a nice pot of money to aid the amazing work local charity Acorns Children’s Hospice undertakes
Cocktails include The Rose Villa Tavern’s “Polly’s Passion”, a fruity vodka based drink with vodka, passion fruit and lime or the “Buffalo Bruiser” from Buffalo & Rye, a medley of bourbon, peach and root beer.
Cocktail fans can take the trail as many times as they like. The offer is available on all cocktails, but the 50p donation is valid for the venue specific Acorn’s cocktail.
For more information, visit www.bittersntwisted.co.uk/cocktailtrail