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Where to Next?

Fancy another G&T in the local area? Here are some of our favourite places to drink nearby… 1.The Cyclist (11 minute walk) – to enjoy

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Meet the Family

Siblings James and Miranda are responsible for the day-to-day running of Hayman’s Gin.  Their passion for gin is hardly surprising given that the family business

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Our Address

Hayman’s Distillery
8a Weir Road
London
SW12 0NA

How to get to us

We are a 12-minute walk from Balham station (Northern line, zone 3 Overground and Underground) or a 15-minute walk from Clapham South station (Northern line, zone 2 Underground).

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Est. 1863

Bee’s Knees

A delightfully British cocktail. To make it you’ll need to shake it, but we promise it is worth the effort.

Hayman's London Dry Bees Knees

For one Bee’s Knees you’ll need:

  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
  2. Put all ingredients into cocktail shaker.
  3. Shake with ice.
  4. Double strain into a chilled glass.
  5. Traditionally served straight up but equally enjoyable served over ice.

Bartenders Tip

To make a Honey Syrup just mix honey and boiling water. We like to use 1-part hot water straight out the kettle with 1-part honey. Stir, and leave in the fridge to cool. Alternatively, you can also use a really light-coloured runny honey.

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