Gin Producers

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

Chase Distillery Ltd

Chase Distillery is tucked away in the picturesque Herefordshire countryside. It’s where award-winning gins are born and first produced.

It is part of a rich landscape famed for its fertile farmland and distinctive red soil – so it’s no wonder that some of the best-tasting crops are produced here. The team are proud to say that it’s from these Herefordshire farming roots that the Chase story began.

From the quality potatoes rooted into the soil to the fragrant elderflower that blooms from the hedgerows, the plentiful British countryside brings with it a whole host of flavour inspirations. As the seasons change, our influences do, too – spring brings a host of deliciously tart rhubarb, with autumnal apples bringing a delightful contrast to our unique spirits.

Over time, they have developed our variety of gins to ensure that there’s something for everyone. Whether it’s enjoying a Grapefruit G&T on a grassy picnic blanket or sipping on some Sloe gin by a warm, wintry fireplace, there’s a flavour in our range to suit all occasions.

Address:Chase Farm,
Preston Wynne,

Telephone:+44 (0)1432 820455

Chase Distillery Ltd 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.…

Further information

Chase Distillery

The team at Chase Distillery have taken the difficult decision to close the visitor centre at their distillery in Hereford summer 2022. Production remains on-site with their team at Chase Distillery in Hereford.
James Chase, Chase Distillery 

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…