Mrs Brown's Boys star Gary Hollywood releases his own brand of gin called Ginge - Mrs Brown's Boys

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Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Mrs Brown's Boys star Gary Hollywood releases his own brand of gin called Ginge

 Hollywood Ginge, which is produced by Distillers Kitchen Ltd, retails for £32.50 a bottle.


Hollywood Ginge is now on sale (Image: Twitter)



A star of hit comedy Mrs Brown’s Boys Gary Hollywood   has released his very own gin called Hollywood Ginge.


The Scots actor was delighted to announce his new venture and urged all his followers to get involved for Christmas.


The gin, which is produced by Distillers Kitchen Ltd, retails for £32.50 a bottle.


Hollywood Ginge is made up of 12 carefully selected botanicals including silver birch, dandelion, elderberries and of course Hollywood - being the proud 'ginge' that he is - was determined that ginger had to be included.


The tipple is perfect for a classic gin and tonic with a twist of orange zest.



Hollywood Ginge costs £32.50 a bottle (Image: Twitter)



Taking to his Twitter today he wrote that the gin was finally on sale after the coronavirus pandemic caused some set backs. He said: "I've always followed my drams and today it's here @ginhollywood is now on sale!

"It's taken a year thanks to covid holding things back but we have jumped the hurdles and faced the storm. It's been one hell of a year, with loved ones passing, changes in career, our son being born and watching my other boys grow but now I can sit back and enjoy a gin (well for 5 minutes). Head over to @ginhollywood the link is on their page.

"Feel free to make a purchase for your loved one for Xmas and the team will process that for you and have it securely packaged and shipped out to you.

"Thank you for your love and support, stay safe and if you can't stay safe, get pissed on my gin!"

Gary, from Pollok, Glasgow, broke into acting aged just 12 when he landed a role in TV crime drama Taggart. He went on to star in Take The High Road and appeared in films such as The Winter Guest and The Flying Scotsman.

He then went on to play hairdresser Dino Doyle in Mrs Brown’s Boys.


 



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