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The Canary Gin Bar


At street level is the showcase Canary Gin Bar. Here you will meet the talented mixologists who have created The Cocktails of ‘Gin’ Austen, which are a fabulous way to explore the elegance and subtlety of of our own gin. On the other hand you may be more partial to sharing Bath Gin from teapots with your family & friends! 

In addition to our Bath Gin range, we also serve up 230 or so other gins on the bar’s shelves, each paired with their own unique mixer and garnish to compliment them perfectly. You will also find the Bath Gin Shop here and apart from getting yourself some Bath Distillery goodies you can also bring an empty bottle to be filled from the Bath Distillery range.

 

 

A place to drink gin and to drink more gin...

We are a Gin Bar and Gin is our speciality. The Canary Gin Bar is on the ground floor and offers over 230 gins as well as our Cocktails of Gin Austen menu. The Distiller's Bar is upstairs and offers over 40 gins as well as more classic cocktails. 

Table reservations are available, please contact...

bookings@thebathgincompany.co.uk

 

Opening times

Monday - Thursday 5pm - Midnight

Friday  4pm - Midnight

Saturday   3pm - Midnight

Sunday   Closed (Except Bank Holidays)

 

 


the cocktails of ‘gin’ austen

All cocktails £9


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The Bath Gin Shop


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The best place to buy Bath Gin

Within The Canary Gin Bar you will also find our Bath Gin Shop. Here you can purchase all of our products directly from us and at the best possible prices!

 

We also offer a refilling service, where you can bring back your empty Bath Gin bottles, select from one of our Gins to fill it up with and save a few pounds. Surely the best way to recycle any finished bottle of Gin!

 

Shop Opening Times

Saturday 10am - 4pm

Also may be available when the bar is open


Find us on 2-3 Queen Street, Bath


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Find us on Queen Street in the heart of Bath's city centre.

We're just moments from Bath Abbey, Bath Thermae Spa and the Roman Baths - just off Milsom Street.