Semolina roll / chimichurri aioli / spicy mustard / bathed in storm king cheese / sauerkraut
Fresh notes of citrus melange and a touch of mint; slightly sweet grains with a balance of juniper (just enough), coriander and angelica and a touch of meadowsweet and hyssop to finish. Traditional gin refreshment with an unmistakable sense of spring
A move into the season of spice with complex aromas of lemon and nutmeg, cinnamon and elderflower with essence of orange, clove and a balancing base of juniper, angelica and coriander. Coaxed to a velvet mouthfeel by infusion in a base spirit of malted and unmalted grains
Whispers of seasonal florals (jasmine, rose) in a field of summer grasses, meadowsweet and a range of cooling citrus. An underlayment of juniper and angelica; a touch of coriander and mild back notes of peppermint. A soft and almost sweet gin with just enough citrus edge to make it the best of sipping as well as cocktail spirit. Carefully chosen grains produce a remarkably soft mouthfeel
Winter's chill melts as infusions of dried cherry, anise and orange peel blend with the warmth of a gentle kiss of ginger. Enough juniper to invoke the season without overpowering the spirit's balance and a finish in oak barrels previously filled with red wine varietals lends this complex Gin a blush of color and depth of flavor
The song of Ice & Fire bottled by hand in our independently owned craft distillery. Slow building spice develops under chilled caraway. You will marvel at extraordinary balance in concert with a complexity not found in specialty gins at any price
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The Brandywine Branch Bistro lives the same philosophy as the distillery it is housed beside. Grain to bottle, handcrafted to table. Like the spirits we create at Brandywine Branch Distillery, the food at the Bistro is always a delight to the senses and a satisfying adventure to the palate. Sit indoors in our cozy, heavy beamed, stonewalled bar and dining spaces and enjoy the local hand hewn woods we’ve used to build the bar and dining tables. Sit outdoors when the weather allows, and enjoy the sunset over the rolling hills that rise up to the west of the distillery.