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Location and contact:

Address:Chase Farm, Rosemaund,
Preston Wynne, Hereford,
HR1 3PG
Telephone:(0)1432 820 455
Email:tours@chasedistillery.co.uk
Website:

https://www.chasedistillery.co.uk

Chase Distillery

Operated by: Chase Distillery Ltd

Gin distillery tours are strictly over 18s only, photographic ID will be required. They are unable to accommodate children on distillery tours. Due to being a working distillery and farm, guests must wear suitable footwear; no heels or open-toe shoes. The Distillery is located in a rural location so you are strongly recommended to pre-arrange a taxi prior to your visit.

Chase Distillery Brands:

Chase GB Gin from Herefordshire

Chase GB Gin

GB Gin is crafted by copper pot distilling Chase Potato Vodka with 10 botanicals; juniper (the buds and the berries), coriander seed, bitter almond, cinnamon bark, ginger, cloves, angelica root, liquorice root, lemon peel kibbles, and cardamon to create our GB extra dry gin. This smooth yet bursting with flavour gin creates a bittersweet symphony with a good Mediterranean tonic. ABV – 40%

Further information:

Chase Distillery Ltd, Chase Farm, Rosemaund, Hereford, HR1 3PG

Chase Distillery Ltd

Gin distillery tours are strictly over 18s only, photographic ID will be required. They are unable to accommodate children on distillery tours. Due to being a working distillery and farm, guests must wear suitable footwear; no heels or open-toe shoes. The Distillery is located in a rural location so you are strongly recommended to pre-arrange a taxi prior to your visit.

James Chase, Chase Distillery 

Chase Distillery believes the closer you are to the source of your food and drink the better it is for yourself and the planet. That’s why the potatoes grown in Herefordshire’s rich farmland have provided local farmer William Chase with more than one successful business. The founder launched Tyrrells crisps in 2002 and enjoyed international success before selling to a private equity firm six years later. With capital in place, William considered the next venture he could launch with his abundant potatoes. James Chase, William’s son and Head Brand Ambassador of Chase Distillery, explained: “Many of these potatoes were too…