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Chase Distillery gets multi-million funding to aid ‘significant’ growth

Chase Distillery has received a “multi-million” pound funding injection to aid its “significant” growth targets in the UK and overseas.

Chase Distillery intends to “significantly” grow its portfolio of gin and vodka into international markets

The Herefordshire, UK-based producer of vodka and gin intends to use the funding from Santander Corporate and Commercial to build its presence in its existing 27 international markets and progress into additional countries.

Adrian Jones, managing director of Chase Distillery, said: “We have made incredible strides over the past six years.  We are really proud of our achievements from our single estate distillery based on our very own farm.

“We produce some of the finest vodka and gin in the world, and we’re British. Most in our market simply do not have the provenance or right to boast this. We have very ambitious plans and, with the support of Santander, our customers, our suppliers and most importantly our Chase employees, I am wholly confident of our future success.

“We will continue to spread the word to the world that British really is best.”

Chase Distillery, which was established in 2008, produces a range of spirits including single estate vodka and Great British Dry Gin.

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