Chase Distillery proudly partners with Stuart Alexander Down Under

Stuart Alexander has been announced as the new Australian distributor for Chase Distillery, a British, Field to Bottle, Vodka and Gin brand, expanding the company’s premium drinks portfolio.

Chase boasts a dynamic spirits range including award-winning Chase Potato Vodka, which is re-distilled with wild botanicals to create their Chase GB Gin and range of popular flavoured gins. this luxury portfolio of spirits are made from potatoes grown on their family farm in Herefordshire. 

“We’re very excited to welcome Chase on board and into the Stuart Alexander family of brands. We have great plans for the brand and its spirits, and believe, thanks to its quality and ability to stand out, that it will grow to be a big contender in the vodka and gin categories here in Australia,” says Stuart Alexander CEO Nick Nairn. 

Stuart Alexander will oversee Chase’s Australian distribution, brand growth in the on and off trade and customer support. 

“Partnering with Stuart Alexander is a great opportunity for us to step change our performance in the Australian market and introduce our luxury portfolio of spirits to premium spirit drinkers.” Says Chase Distillery Managing Director Andrew Carter. “We’re looking forward to sharing our unique Field to Bottle Chase brand story down under.” 

The key spirits of the Chase portfolio that will be available includes Chase Original Potato Vodka, Chase GB Gin, Chase Pink Grapefruit & Pomelo Gin, Chase Rhubarb and Bramley Apple Gin, Chase Seville Marmalade Gin and Chase Oak Aged Sloe Gin. 

Chase produce their spirits entirely from scratch. Their family have a passion for farming and grow three different varieties of potato, which gets distilled into their range of spirits. Their Chase Original Potato Vodka has 250 glorious British potatoes in every bottle! The potato is initially peeled and mashed into a pulp and then heated using steam to break down the potato starch into sugars, before being fermented and distilled. The whole process from field to bottle takes up to two weeks. 

Unlike most distilleries, Chase makes their gin from scratch in their bespoke copper gin still, Ginny. Botanicals are added both into the belly of the still and vapour infused through the carter head chamber giving different complexities to their gin. For their core product Chase GB Gin, they infuse juniper, followed by cinnamon, ginger, almond, coriander, cardamom, cloves, angelica root, liquorice root and lemon peels to ensure a distinct, full-bodied flavor. They then use their GB Gin to create their range of flavoured gins.

Chase Distillery.

Chase has a truly sustainable approach to farming and creating spirits, which is why nothing is let go to waste. Energy is created from the onsite bio-boiler, Huxley; fueled by pruning’s from the Chase apple orchards, and all ingredients used in their spirits are sourced from the Chase farm where possible, or from trusted local suppliers. 

 “Chase is made with such high-quality ingredients we are certain drinkers and bartenders in Australia will be excited to taste the range and start mixing with these stunning spirits,” concludes Nick Nairn.

Chase joins Stuart Alexander’s growing portfolio which includes MONIN, The West Winds Gin, Tabasco, AVOSH Premium Vodkas, Fentimans Premium Mixer Range and evian Waters. 

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