The tweet which read "The Great Harris Gin Drought of 2016 is now over! Fresh supplies now on shelves and orders being shipped asap" was posted on their social media account this morning.
The Great Harris Gin Drought of 2016 is now over! Fresh supplies now on shelves and orders being shipped asap! pic.twitter.com/hapeeDvHUx
— Harris Distillery (@harrisdistiller) September 19, 2016
The distillery was forced to introduce a 'brief period of rationing' for their gin following a shortage of their designer bottles.
The gin producers then announced the sale of their last bottle on the 9th September, stating in their newsletter: "As of 12.45pm today we had no more bottles of our Isle of Harris Gin to sell, with a very pleased Dolanna Matheson from the village of Back, Isle of Lewis becoming the lucky recipient of our final sale."
Thankfully, the Yorkshire factory that produces their designer bottles is back up and running after its major furnace renewal.
"All being well our new stocks should arrive in Harris by the weekend and we’ll begin to fill them with Isle of Harris Gin from Monday September 19th."
Let's hope they can cope with the surge in demand for their bottles following the ration.