Adelaide is well known for a couple of things. We are recognised as the ‘City of Churches’, the ‘Festival State’ and the ‘Gin State’.

Don’t worry though, what you’re about to read only revolves around the latter two – Festival and gin.

Yep, you guessed it, Gincident, Adelaide’s sole festival dedicated to the delicious Juniper Berry, is back for another year on Saturday, December 14th!

Gincident. You may be thinking what the hell does that mean?? But there’s a clear definition for it….

Gincident: (noun) An event that happened due to one too many gins.

I think we can all agree that this has happened at least once in our lifetime, cause boy don’t we all love a good G&T, am I right??

So, tell your mates and head down to The Flour Shed at Hart’s Mill in the Port from 12-7pm where you can indulge in all things gin…I’m already drooling.

Entry includes your very own Gincident tasting cup where you’ll be able to have free tastings from over 20 local and national gin distillers including places like The Howling Owl, Seppeltsfield Road Distillery, Lawrenny Estate Distilling, Kangaroo Island Spirits and many, many more!

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This will give you the ultimate chance to consume all the gin you desire and explore the several flavour combos that go with it…here’s to hoping that you don’t have your own gincident!

And let’s be honest here, drinking all day makes us very hungry. Lucky for you, there will be a variety of amazing SA food stalls at the event to fill up those growling stomachs. Expect to be tantalised by delicious foods from Cubans and Rubens, El Diablo Wood Fire Pizza, Spain Gourmet and Staazi and Co., just to name a few.

The day will also feature a number of gin masterclasses so you can become a real expert, as well as a line-up of local music and games to keep everyone gintertained.

Tickets cost $25 if purchased before the event, and $35 at the gate. Tickets can be purchased here.

Gincident will be held on Saturday, 14th December from 12-7pm in The Flour Shed at Hart’s Mill in Port Adelaide.