Farmhouse Gins

Our second range of gins has concentrated on the fruits that grow in the farmhouse garden of Red House adjacent to the brewery. This farmhouse kitchen garden has been cultivated for decades, but these days is heavily composted with used hops from the brewery and more latterly helpfully fertilized by Alison’s ducks who roam free across the garden….

RHUBARB

Our first Farmhouse gin was an obvious choice, the Rhubarb in front of the brewery at Red House has been growing for as long as anyone in the village can remember.

Thanks to the hops it flourishes every year giving us a great crop for this flavoursome gin.

In 2020 we had a reduced supply as Alison’s ducks decided to move their nesting site from under the gooseberry bushes to the rhubarb, guarding it against picking!

Farmhouse Rhubarb Gin

Farmhouse Gins

Our second range of gins has concentrated on the fruits that grow in the farmhouse garden of Red House adjacent to the brewery. This farmhouse kitchen garden has been cultivated for decades, but these days is heavily composted with used hops from the brewery and more latterly helpfully fertilized by Alison’s ducks who roam free across the garden….

RASPBERRY

An absolute favourite amongst our customers, sweet, flavoursome and with a beautiful red glow. Just a fantastic gin. Great mixed with vanilla vodka for a pretty strong raspberry ripple cocktail….

Farmhouse Gins

Our second range of gins has concentrated on the fruits that grow in the farmhouse garden of Red House adjacent to the brewery. This farmhouse kitchen garden has been cultivated for decades, but these days is heavily composted with used hops from the brewery and more latterly helpfully fertilized by Alison’s ducks who roam free across the garden….

LOVAGE

A departure from fruit for us, but with lovage growing in the garden, the use of this pepper and celery flavoured herb gave us a chance of making a classic dry gin with an unusual and interesting botanical.

Farmhouse Lovage Gin

Farmhouse Gins

Our second range of gins has concentrated on the fruits that grow in the farmhouse garden of Red House adjacent to the brewery. This farmhouse kitchen garden has been cultivated for decades, but these days is heavily composted with used hops from the brewery and more latterly helpfully fertilized by Alison’s ducks who roam free across the garden….

BONFIRE TOFFEE

Clearly not grown, but Andrew has crafted a gin from bonfire toffee made in the farmhouse kitchen, to my Great Grandma Howarth’s recipe. This sweet and tasty gin is made ready for Halloween and Bonfire Night each year. Mixed with ginger ale it tastes like drinking Parkin or Jamaican gingerbread.

Bonfire Toffee Gin

Farmhouse Gins

Our second range of gins has concentrated on the fruits that grow in the farmhouse garden of Red House adjacent to the brewery. This farmhouse kitchen garden has been cultivated for decades, but these days is heavily composted with used hops from the brewery and more latterly helpfully fertilized by Alison’s ducks who roam free across the garden….

BOG MYRTLE?

This year we found an area of bog myrtle, which is used as a flavouring for schnapps in Europe. Andrew once again tested a sample and weather permitting we will try and make a gin from this unique flavour.

Our own gooseberries may well be added to some local heather honey in another experiment…

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