Pic: Brighton Gin’s Artist’s Edition Pride Limited-Edition Pride release Dave Pop! Collaboration
Brighton Gin has been awarded two prestigious design awards by industry experts Harpers Wine and Spirit. Brighton Gin was awarded a Gold Award for its Brighton Gin Limited Edition Pride Bottle 2022 and an additional Gold Award for its Brighton Gin Raspberry Crush in 250 ml cans.
Judges said of the Limited-Edition Pride release Dave Pop! Collaboration: “Great design and nice limited-edition release. A great product that exudes positivity and fun. Design is engaging, charming and bang on the brief.”
Brighton Gin’s Artist’s Edition Pride Limited-Edition Pride release Dave Pop! Collaboration celebrated the diversity, sheer cheek, and beauty of Brighton’s queer scene and were launched to celebrate Pride month 2022. Gin lovers collected two distinct designs on 700ml Pavilion Strength bottles (RRP £39.50), each one numbered and signed by the artist who specialises in bright, bold pop art, with a generous topping of seaside sauce!
Judges also awarded Gold to Raspberry Crush which pairs Brighton Gin with lip-smacking English raspberries and Sicilian lemons, refreshingly ready to drink, ideally served over ice with a sprig of lavender, in 250ml and made from natural ingredients with no preservatives and gluten free.
Kathy Caton, founder of Brighton Gin, said: “We are blown away for that our Pride limited edition has been named Supreme Champion as well as the Best Individual Produce at such a prestigious industry award in Harpers. The look and feel of our products are tremendously important in communicating who we are and the quality, fun and diverse make-up of the team and the city from which we hail. I absolutely love Dave Pop!’s work.
“These bottles encapsulate the spirit of Brighton and everything that we stand for and love about this city. We are proud to be recognised our contribution to the Brighton Rainbow Fund and through sales of our limited-edition Pride bottles we raise crucial funds to support grassroots LGBTQ+ organisations in our city every year.”