Chase Distillery

We’re a family owned, British field to bottle distillery, creating luxury spirits from our farm in Herefordshire. We set up our business in 2008 to challenge the status quo in the white spirits industry.

If people are interested in the terroir for their wine or the barrel aging for their whisky, then why shouldn’t they be interested in how their white spirits have been crafted?

Chase Family
Farm field to bottle

Our Field to Bottle Process
“Why Chase? Well, we make our spirits entirely from scratch. Our family has a passion for farming, we grow potatoes and apples which we distil into our range of spirits. In our Chase Original Potato Vodka 250 glorious British potatoes go into every bottle!

The quality of our products isn’t by chance. It takes meticulous dedication, craftsmanship and passion from our team. This approach, entirely from field to bottle, really makes us different and it is something you can taste in our spirits.

Our Farm
Our farm is based in Herefordshire, a county that boasts some of the richest farmland in the world. It is here we grow King Edward, Lady Claire and Lady Rosetta potatoes.

Having the distillery located on the farm allows us to keep a watchful eye over how our potatoes and apples move from field to bottle. It’s this field to bottle approach that makes us different – something you can taste in our award-winning spirits.

Making our gin
In our bespoke copper gin still, Ginny, botanicals are added both into the belly of our still and vapour infused through our carter head chamber giving different complexities to our gin.

Most distilleries are trying to use botanicals to mask the base spirit in their gin, whereas we use our botanicals to draw out the best aspects and our botanicals compliment the mineral earthiness found in our spirit.

For our GB gin we infuse juniper to ensure that we distil the driest gin possible, followed by cinnamon, ginger, almond, coriander, cardamom, cloves, angelica root, liquorice root and lemon peels to ensure a distinct, full-bodied flavour.