The brand was created by brothers Martin and Andy Dawson in 2000.
Broker’s Gin is made in a 200-year old gin distillery outside London. The raw ingredients are quadruple-distilled pure grain spirit, made from English wheat, and ten natural botanicals sourced from Europe, Asia and Africa. The botanicals are steeped for 24 hours in the pure grain spirit, which is then distilled for a fifth time. A traditional copper pot-still is used, which gives Broker’s Gin a hand-crafted character.
Broker''s Gin won The Chairman''s Trophy in the 2010 International Spirits Challenge, New York; a gold medal in the Internationaler Spirituosen-Wettbewerb in 2009 and the Masters Award in the 2008 Gin Masters in London. The Chicago Beverage Tasting Institute awarded Broker’s Gin a gold medal with 94 points and a rating of “exceptional” and in 2007 it was placed first, receiving a PLATINUM MEDAL at the World Beverage Competition.