Monday, July 15, 2024

No Need to Trick or Treat – Your Free Cocktail Awaits You

As the nights have got darker and the spooky goings on of Halloween are on the horizon, Birmingham’s Bitters n’ Twisted Venues are offering customers a cocktail on the house made with top quality ingredients to help keep the evil spirits at bay!

During October avoid any haunted houses by popping into any four of the six Bitters n’ Twisted venues; The Rose Villa Tavern, Bodega, Island Bar, The Jekyll & Hyde, The New Inn, or The Victoria, order yourself a cocktail and collect a card and a stamp.

Once a card has four stamps from four different venues the fifth venue visited will serve up a cocktail of your choice on the house.

Not sure what to try or on the lookout for something new? Check out each venue’s range of cocktail specials available during October priced at £4 each, and created with the different spirits that make up the Jim Beam range.

From the sweet tasting Jim Beam Honey or the dark cherry flavoured Jim Beam Red Stag, your drink will be a naughty but nice way to treat yourself – no tricks needed! Or if you really want to really get into the Halloween spirit why not try Jim Beam’s Devils Cut, a bold new way to enjoy your bourbon, exclusively available at the venues for the Halloween celebrations on 27th October.

The Bitters ‘n Twisted Halloween cocktail trail runs from 1st – 31st October. Customers collect a stamp when they make a cocktail purchase in each different venue choosing any cocktail they like. Some venues will have their own restrictions, please ask at the venue for more information.

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