Brighton Gin

Brighton Gin

Brighton Gin

More about Brighton Gin

From day one, our emphasis has been on ethical and sustainable production, and making simply the best quality gin we can. If there’s a choice between one way and the better way, we will take the better way. E.g. we use 100% organic wheat spirit as our base alcohol, use a UK-made bottle that’s made with a minimum of 85% recycled glass sourced from the Brighton area, and do our local deliveries on reclaimed Post Office bikes and an e-cargo bike.

Every bottle of Brighton Gin is filled, waxed and labelled by hand by the friends-and-family team. It is the UK’s first vegan certified gin, including not only the liquid, but the packaging, label gum and wax top.

Only using the finest ingredients, including 100% organic wheat grain spirit, gives our gin its signature smoothness and light zestiness in the glass. Brighton Gin Pavilion Strength is best served with a slice of orange to lift the fresh orange botanical and enhance the gin’s subtle sweetness.

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Key information

We offer pre-booked tours and visitors can buy gin or refill a bottle on-site in our working distillery. We are open from 10am-4pm, Monday to Friday.

Contact information


Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 01273448092

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Are all the products your entity (business, brand, organisation) produces and/or retails suitable for vegans? If no, then, unfortunately, you cannot register as we only accept submissions from 100% vegan entities.


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Food justice

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What do you do to support or promote each of the causes you have identified?

We’re involved with FareShare, who work to end food waste and hunger. Our local orders are delivered by us on our e-Cargo bike and repurposed Post Office bikes. These bikes are saved from landfill by Elephant Bikes who donate bikes to microfinance projects around the world. Our packaging is recycled and recyclable, and we reuse cardboard, and our distillery is powered by 100% renewable energy. The residues from our distillation process are composted. Our gin bottles are made in England from 80% recycled glass, and our distillation process uses a special water cooling system which means we can recycle water rather than pouring it down the drain. We offer a refill station where customers can come and reuse their gin bottles. Every year we offer a limited edition Pride bottle with proceeds going to the Rainbow Trust. We also have a Community Spirit programme where we give back to local causes. During lockdown, we began making hand sanitiser and offering it to frontline workers – this allowed essential local organisations to reopen.

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Certified organic

Overall, how many of the products that you produce and/or retail, or ingredients you use, are certified by the sustainable production certifications listed in the question above?

Some (less than a third)

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