Sunday Independent (Ireland) - Life - - MOURNING SHADOWS -

Once used for cur­ing gout and in­di­ges­tion, gin was known as mother’s ruin, be­fore it fell out of fash­ion. Now, with mi­cro­brew­eries and the avail­abil­ity of premium new blends from the big names in the booze biz, gin is the flavour of the mo­ment, with gin bars and gin clubs open­ing ev­ery­where. In Lon­don, on Por­to­bello Road, there’s even the Gin­sti­tute Mu­seum. From Thurs­day, March 30 to Sun­day April 2, Gal­way will host the in­au­gu­ral Gin Fest — four days of gin-joy­ment in the city’s Latin Quar­ter, with bars host­ing mas­ter­classes and tast­ings, food and gin pair­ings, new gin launches and gin and reels mu­sic ses­sions! See lat­in­quar­ter­gal­

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