"GIN FOR THE WIN" AT Juniper June!

Let go of your 'prohibitions' as we kick off the summer with a completely unique 3st of the Month experience! We'll be set up in and around the historic (and beautiful!) Riverwood Mansion in East Nashville with prohibition era-inspired cocktails of gin, vodka, bourbon and more. Not to mention, delicious bites from 8 Lavender Lane!

As always, 100% of ticket proceeds benefit a local non-profit. This month, all ticket proceeds will benefit On Target 4 Vets. On Target 4 Vets is a local charity that provides funding to support and mentor disabled veterans through adaptive sports and recreational therapy. Learn more about On Target 4 Vets.

(sorry, this event is sold out)

gin lovers and haters unite!

Gin is by far the most diverse of all spirits categories. Not all gin tastes like "Christmas trees" and we're looking forward to exposing you to some of the best gins from around the world - and even a few from your own back yard! You'll sample from traditional London Dry Gin styles and New American styles as well. We'll have the predecessor to gin, Genever, on hand and even barrel-aged gins for you to enjoy. All in all, we're scheduled to have more than TWO DOZEN types of gin for you try!

But even if you don't love gin (yet), we think there will be plenty for you to enjoy at Juniper June. We'll have special selections of beer, bourbon and vodka available as well. This includes botanical-infused vodkas, unique flavored spirits and just good, old-fashioned bourbon.

We've asked our brands to work on special prohibition-era inspired cocktails to go with our historic location of Riverwood Mansion, so we expect some seriously "spirit-forward" sippin' to be had by all. 

As always, we do not tolerate drinking and driving, so we'll be sharing a special UBER discount code to all ticket holders via email prior to the event.

learn more about Riverwood Mansion

Built in the late 1790's, Riverwood Mansion is perhaps one of Nashville's best-kept secrets. The Metropolitan Historical Commission has identified it as one of Nashville’s most significant historic structures. One of Nashville’s oldest homes, and at 9,200 square feet, it is also one of the largest. Known for its lavish parties, with famous guests including seven U.S. presidents, Riverwood Mansion continues the tradition of making unforgettable memories.