Chase Distillery is a family owned, British Field to Bottle distillery, creating fine spirits from their farm in Herefordshire. They set up their 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?
Why Chase? Well, they grow British Potatoes which they distil into Chase Vodka and then blend or redistil into their range of spirits, including Chase GB Gin. The Chase family have a passion for farming and distil from scratch, taking 250 glorious Herefordshire potatoes to make every bottle.
The quality of Chase’s products isn’t by chance. It takes meticulous dedication, craftsmanship and passion from the team. This approach, entirely from field to bottle, really makes Chase different and it is something you can taste in their spirits.
Browse Chase Distillery’s Field to Bottle spirits here.
Why not visit Chase Distillery, just four miles from Hereford City centre, where you can unlock some of the secrets and skills that go into creating their award-winning range of spirits on one of their unique tour and tasting experiences. Your expert guide will talk you through everything from traditional mashing, fermenting and distilling processes to how each bottle is finished by hand.
After the tour, you’ll head back to the Chase Bar to enjoy a tutored tasting of a range of award-winning products, and if there’s something that takes your fancy, you can pick up a bottle at the Distillery Shop.
In February 2021, The British & Irish Lions announced Chase Distillery has joined its portfolio of Official Suppliers. Chase has also become the Official vodka and gin of the Lions Tour. As part of the partnership, Chase Distillery will receive a host of commercial rights including in-stadia branding and tickets for both the Castle Lager Lions Series and the Vodafone 1888 Cup match against Japan scheduled to take place at BT Murrayfield on Saturday 26 June.