New gin launched to support therapy dogs veterans charity
A new Scottish gin has been released to support a charity which helps veterans with specially-trained therapy dogs.
A quarter of all sales of G.H.Q. Spirits’ new BRAVEHOUND gin will go to help ex-service personnel from the armed forces who are suffering as a result of their service.
Scottish charity Bravehound provides specialist assistance dogs to veterans with PTSD, mental health conditions, and physical injuries.
Distilled in Aberdeenshire, the special edition gin is available online on the G.H.Q. website from Thursday (December 14) for £40 a bottle.
James McNeill, founder of G.H.Q. Spirits, came up with the idea after meeting Bravehound’s founder, Fiona MacDonald and being motivated by its mission to positively contribute to the lives of veterans.