Sipsmith Gin Moving To Cranbrook Road

A third still is being set up for their artisan distillery


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Sipsmith, the artisan gin distillery, is to move its headquarters to Cranbrook Road, a small residential street that runs between Chiswick Lane and the High Road.

The new distillery will allow Sipsmith to accommodate a third copper pot still – 'Constance' - which will sit alongside its existing stills 'Prudence' and 'Patience'.

Sipsmith produces its own London Dry Gin and a Barley Vodka, both produced in small batches of fewer than 300 bottles.

Sam Galsworthy, Sipsmith co-founder, comments:
“We are delighted to be moving to a new site and thrilled to remain in West London, the birthplace of Sipsmith. There’s nothing we enjoy more than meeting like-minded discerning and interested drinkers and very much look forward to opening our doors to distillery tours so that we can show off our new space and latest addition to the Sipsmith family.”

The site where the distillery will be based

The new distillery will be open to visitors from late June 2014.

Sipsmith, which was based in Hammersmith, was established in London in 2009 and became the first copper-pot based distillery to start up in London in 189 years.

The company is one of only four gin distilleries located within London's city limits. Sipsmith was launched by Sam Galsworthy and Fairfax Hall, former employees of Fuller's and Diageo.

April 17, 2014

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