Gin Lane 1751 is kicking off October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month by donating 50% of this month’s profits to research.

Every year, Gin Lane 1751 has raised money and spread awareness for Breast Cancer Research by participating in numerous events, walk and various fundraisers.

Geoff Curly, founder of Gin Lane 1751, has a personal relationship with the deadly disease. Geoff’s mother, aunt, and cousin all lost their battles with breast cancer. This is what sparked his desire to give back to the foundation. The brand is also supporting retailers, bars, and restaurants by providing unique cocktail recipes using it’s Victoria Pink Gin, offering virtual tastings, and more to help get the maximum money raised.

Gin Lane 1751, produced in London, embodies classic gin with a Victorian-era style packaging. The small-batch gin offers four unique styles: London Dry Gin, London Dry Royal Strength, Vitoria Pink Gin, and Old Tom Gin. The gin is handcrafted by 8th generation distiller Charles Maxwell of Thames Distillers in traditional copper pot stills.

Join us in raising funds for breast cancer research. Visit online at Ginlane1751.com or follow on Instagram @GinLane1751.