Premium spirits at non premium prices.

Premium Spirits are still on the rise

The pandemic had an adverse effect on many businesses, with hospitality being a major casualty. 


Online sales reached new highs. ‘Bars’ in gardens, socialising outside, then not at all and then again became the ‘new norm.’


These changes allowed some people to experiment with shopping locally or to source new premium drinks. 


In fact, we have seen an increase in clients contacting us to discuss a move into spirit sales. 


Unfortunately we can’t predict the future for you, and whether premium spirits will continue to increase their market share, but right now the spirit market is still looking promising.  

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We are currently in our seventeenth year of trading. The reason for our longevity and growth is primarily we have continually evolved, recognising and adapting to the changing demands of consumers.


We ensure we are genuine with our customers and we deliver what’s promised. In addition we advertise our prices on our website in real time.


It is these methods which have led to the expansion of our contract services year on year.

The distillery offers two choices for crafting spirits; traditional distillation and cold compounding.


For those unfamiliar with these methods the brewery’s distiller Joe Richards is the go to person for recipe creation. Naturally he oversees all spirit production, from the initial creation through to despatch.


Utilising guidance from Joe with your business plan is sure to make a winning combination.

To date, we have created over 100 different spirits.

We have crafted a fairly equal mix of both premium and cold compound spirits.


Joe believes it is the cold compounding method which is the main contributing factor for the recent gin craze, as although cold compounding has been around for over a century it was always perceived to be an inferior product to a traditionally distilled gin. However thanks to modern techniques, and the vast quantity of high quality natural ingredients available, a distiller can use the cold compounding method to craft high end products.


This when combined with consumers spending more but drinking less has naturally progressed further the need for premium spirits.

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Explore what we can offer.

We can work with you to begin your spirit brand with quantities from a little as just 50 x 70cl bottles of gin at 40% proof, for you to rebrand as your own, giving you the option without a large financial outlay.

In addition we often have to hand our house gin, which your desired ingredients can be added to, allowing you to bring your gin to market much more quickly than our bespoke distilling service allows.

Or we can offer a bespoke service, this is especially useful to those of you who want to take the leap and venture into a full spirits portfolio.

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