Made in England, the first bottle appeared in 1820. The beefeater gin has not changed despite the many generations that have followed one another in the brand’s distilleries. Did you know ? : James Burrough was inspired by the royal guards to create the name and the packaging of this drink. Indeed, the beefeater gin owes the red color of the bottle cap to the royal guard which was characterized by this color. At that time, money was not yet common, and the royal guards received beef as wages, hence their nickname beefeater, which is literally translated as red meat eaters. This is how the young James Burrough was inspired to create beefeater gin
One distillery, eight stills, nine botanicals and three Master Distillers produce a bold taste. We are proud of every drop of gin we produce in London, the real London Dry Gin.
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