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Artingstall’s Gin appoints Oak & Still as UK distributor

Oak & Still has secured the distribution rights to Artingstall’s Gin, owned by Hollywood celebrity Paul Feig.

The Artingstall’s Gin bottle is designed to mimic a 1950s decanter

The actor and Bridesmaids executive producer collaborated with Minhas Distillery to found Artingstall’s London Dry Gin in 2020.

The brand launched in the UK in December 2021.

Feig commented: “Our reception here in the UK has been so gratifying. I really hoped people here would love Artingstall’s as much as I do but the feedback from gin fans, bartenders and stockists has been nothing short of fantastic.

“Now we look forward to working with Oak & Still to get Artingstall’s into even more shops and bars around the country. This is truly a dream come true for me and I have Oak & Still to thank for it all. Cheers, UK – here comes your new favourite gin.”

Named for Feig’s mother’s maiden name, the gin is made with a blend of eleven botanicals, including elderberries, coriander seeds, cardamom, and a blend of citrus peels. It is distilled in a traditional copper pot for a ‘clean, crisp spirit’.

The bottle design brings to life Feig’s passion for vintage glassware and has been inspired by classic and ornate decanters from the 50s and 60s, celebrating the ‘sophistication and glamour’ of the era.

Luke Brown, sales director at Oak & Still, commented: “We are very excited to be working with Paul Feig and the team at Minhas on the launch of Artingstall’s Gin. Whilst the UK has seen a huge influx of gin over the last number of years, nothing catches the eye in the same way as Artingstall’s — and the liquid really stands out against the crowd. It’s a brand we are very much looking forward to working with and I am sure is going to be a lot of fun.”

Artingstall’s Gin is priced at £39.95 (US$48.45) and is available from Amazon and the Whisky Exchange.

Oak & Still will be showcasing the rising brand at this year’s Imbibe Live exhibition on 4-5 July.

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