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The team at Ramsbury Estate are dedicated to producing single estate spirits using sustainable practices.
Take a look below at the production methods used at the Ramsbury distillery, and two of their most important ingredients; the wheat and the quince.
Ramsbury are truly field-to-bottle producers with the ingredients used to make their vodka and gin, from wheat to water, sourced from the estate. These
The Ramsbury Single Estate Gin is made using Horatio wheat harvested onsite from the surrounding fields, then milled on the estate, while all spent wheat
While the Ramsbury Single Estate Gin recipe remains a well-guarded secret, one botanical in particular, quince, is handpicked from the orchard on the grounds
One of the very few single estate gins made in the UK, Ramsbury is a classic London Dry gin based on neutral spirit made from Horatio wheat grown onsite,
A single estate vodka made in Wiltshire England from Horatio wheat grown onsite at the Ramsbury Estates (a variety of wheat often used in baking) and the
A continental-style blonde ale first brewed as a tribute to the American 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, who during 1943 in preparation for D-Day, were
Brewed with Ramsbury Estate's own barley and five varieties of hops, this IPA was created by Ramsbury's Head Brewer, Dhiraj, who grew up on a mango grove
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