The history of Beefeater begins in the mid-1800s, when company founder James Burrough started distilling in London. His gin is a benchmark, and both the botanical mix and method of production, including steeping the botanicals before distillation, have barely changed since Burrough perfected his recipe.

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Burrough bought the Cale Street distillery in London's Chelsea in 1863 for £400, and began producing various brands of gin, including Beefeater. Production moved to Lambeth in 1908, and a further move to Kennington, south London, in 1958. This is where Beefeater gin is made to this day.


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