Wild booze walks 2015

Wild booze walks 2015 – NEW DATES DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND

wild booze
wild booze

PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE THE wild booze courses for 2015 for 2016 events look here… 

What could be better than a stroll along aside the gentle flow of the river Avon. Along through the beautiful Avon gorge and under Brunel’s masterful suspension bridge. With a group of like-minded people for company and an expert guide pointing out some of the wonderful plants that can be turned into great drinks? Well doing all that with a drink in your hand of course!

To book your place on a wild booze walk please use the contact me form below. Make sure you put the date and time of the walk as some days I have more than one walk.

Any wild booze walk questions? All should be answered here in the wild booze FAQ’s section. Including directions. I’ve included a bit more of an outline below too.

PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE THE wild booze courses for 2015 for 2016 events look here… 

Wild booze Dates for 2015 – E-Vouchers available if buying as a gift.


DUE to high demand I have added a new date 20th MAY 2015 at 1pm. All other dates are currently Sold out. To Book a place please use the booking form below

Andy Hamilton, wild boozer
Andy Hamilton, wild boozer

April 26th – walk one 1pm & walk two 4pm – PLACES currently sorry, SOLD OUT on both

May 20th 2015 – 1pm PLACES currently AVAILABLE

The 4th of July – American themed wild booze walk!

4pm -Sorry, Sold OUTTo Book a place on either of these wild booze walks use the booking form below

PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE THE wild booze courses for 2015 for 2016 events look here... 

Wild booze walks in the media and a little bit of showing off

Radio four wild booze walksAndy’s wild booze walks were featured on BBC Radio four to have a listen click on the big four to the right.

Andy has also appeared on BBC Autumnwatch and Countryfile, ITV’s Alan Titchmarsh show and Channel four’s Something for Nothing. Jilly Goolden, wine critic and Rob da Bank, Radio 1 DJ/festival guru and Dan Saladino R4’s Food progamme producer are all fans of Andy’s booze. The general description is “WoW”.  The majority of people that come on the wild booze walks are also suitable impressed.

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What to expect from the Wild Booze walks.

sloe gin
sloe gin

I will be sharing some of the experiences that have helped inspired my 2 award winning booze books, Booze for Free and Brewing Britainmy Guardian blog and my up coming Vermouth Documentary.  We’ll  be identifying some of the plants that can be turned into historic ales, delicious wines and sumptuous cordials. I’ll also be happy to answer any questions you might have about brewing. In an informal and relaxed atmosphere. I’ll happily chat about anything from your elderflower champagne woes, to Slow gin tips and problems with beers. All this and booze!

Where are the wild booze walks held?

The wild booze walks are held in Bristol along the river Avon. Lead from the create centre into Leigh woods and back again. All will start outside the Create centre (click here for how to get there). We will meet in the car park, but please I urge you to not to drive. 

Here are some of the nice things people said about me and the last wild booze walks.

“He’s an engaging talker delivering a wealth of useful information, unusual facts and strange myths. And his home made booze is a rare treat” Nick Moyle, one Thirsty Gardener

“I’ve been raving about this walk to everyone. Andy’s so good at imparting his knowledge through laid back and companionable walks … I am a complete convert to wild boozing – beech leaf noyau here I come” Bonnie Hewson.
“A delightfully green and pleasant, yet truly educational, walk, a few minutes from the city  centre, punctuated with varied and delicious, mostly alcoholic, refreshment, provided and indeed created by our most congenial host.  A charming group of people who somehow became ever more affable as the walk went on!” Roger Greenhalgh