A SUMMER OF FUN IN SHOREDITCH - IS NOW OVER

 

THANKS TO ALL THOSE WHO JOINED US!

 
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THE LONGFLINT DRINKS CO. SUMMER RESIDENCY – 2018

The Longflint Bar, 2 Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London

OPENING HOURS: Mon-Fri 5pm-11pm, Fri 5pm-2am, Sat 12pm-2am, Sun 12pm-10pm

So, this should be fun!

 

We’re landing like an intergalactic botanical airship in the middle of Shoreditch for six weeks to bring you a summer of cold drinks and hot nights under the banner of #READYFORANYTHING

The aim of what we are calling this “bar residency” (just don’t call it a pop up) is to bring the essence of Longflint – how we make our drinks, our approach to extracting flavour from the finest raw ingredients, our love of collaborations – all the way from Bethnal Green to the East London party masses. Sure it’s not very far to come, but we finally get to play at running our own bar, something we’ve wanted to do from day one...

With £5 cocktails all summer, DJ’s 4 nights a week, a packed program of drinks making workshops and a series of limited edition cocktail collaborations with like-minded small producers, the residency is lining up to be a must visit venue over the summer months.

 
 
 

#READYFORANYTHING

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The Bar

From June 18th we’re calling what most people know as The Red Gallery’s upstairs space, home.

We’re creating a botanical playground of fun that acts as part bar, part workshop space and part music venue. This is your chance to hangout and try all our drinks (plus some very special collabs) in our own space and to celebrate that fact, all our drinks are just £5 for the whole summer.

Alongside our range of natural botanical handmade craft drinks you’ll find beers from Portobello Brewing and Wild Beer – two of our favourite brewers.

Find us at: 

The Longflint Bar, 2 Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London

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Our Drinks

We come from a beer background, starting out as brewers and grafters from a small east London brewery. 

We set out to see if the lessons we learnt there — namely that stripping out industrial production processes will deliver you bags of flavour — could be applied to a different category of drinks.

We weren’t sure what handmade tonics and sodas mixed with craft spirits should be called at first, but we decided to call them Long Drinks and we hope you like them as much as we do.