Hi everyone, can we have a moment of your time, we’d like to introduce you to the brand new Gin Festival logo.
Gin Festival has come along way since our first festival back in 2013. We’ve gone from just 4 permanent staff, to 41 and from 1 event in 2013 to planning to do up to 38 in 2017!
We felt that we’d grown up a bit and wanted a new look that better reflected our personality, our values and the current state of the company.
Those values haven’t changed in 4 years; we still stand for true, craft gin created by passionate dreamers. Gin Festival was founded by 2 people with a vision and drive and we want to support those same small businesses and continued innovation in the world of gin. Above all, we stand for great gin and want more of it.
Our personality hasn’t changed either; we’re still the same friendly, enthusiastic, knowledgeable and... slightly odd people that you’ve all come to know and love.
But we have learned some lessons over that time, lessons that have allowed us to constantly improve our events for our customers, making every festival better than the one before it. We’re smarter, slicker and more creative than we used to be and we think our new logo reflects that.
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