Bully Boy Distillers Releases “Estate Gin”

Bully Boy Distillers has unveiled their latest spirit, Estate Gin, a well-balanced gin crafted using ingredients native to New England and the terroir of the region. It will join Bully Boy’s other premium spirits as their flagship gin.

Estate Gin starts with a blend of neutral apple and grain, unlike other gins which start with a natural grain base. The apple is made in-house by distilling Stormalong cider, a local Massachusetts hard cider. Moreover, to complement the apple base, Bully Boy uses wild juniperus virginiana and McIntosh apples from Bully Boy co-founders’ family farm in Sherborn, Massachusetts. This, alongside coriander and lemon, provide the main botanical charge.

“When we began developing our gin, both Will and I knew we wanted to make a strong and traditional gin in structure, but enhanced with bigger, bolder flavors that celebrated home,” said Dave Willis, co-founder of Bully Boy Distillers. “Estate Gin is our answer to the traditional London Dry Gins that have come before, but rooted with flavors that reflect New England, including some from our own backyard at Charlescote Farm.”

Bully Boy Estate Gin is priced at $29.99 for a 750ml bottle, and can be found at select retailers, restaurants and bars throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Learn more by visiting, bullyboydistillers.com.

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