Barrel Aged Apple Brandy 

Apple Brandy

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Every Autumn we look forward to working with local farmers and orchardists in the Sea to Sky region to find the widest variety of organic apples and pears for our handcrafted Apple Brandy.

We begin by crushing the whole tree-ripened apples as the peels, cores and stems add subtle complexity to the final aroma and flavour of the brandy spirit.

The apple mash is lightly cooked and naturally fermented for several weeks without the use of added sugars or enzymes. It is then carefully double distilled in hand-operated copper pot stills and racked into a mix of new and refill oak casks where it mellows and takes on additional notes of vanilla, caramel and spice.

We distill one run of apple brandy in the Autumn when apples are in season. Cask releases are offered at one year and special reserve bottles at two-years.

Limited Annual Release

Batch List:

2014 Vintage - Fall 2015

2013 Vintage - Winter 2014

Title: Aged Apple Brandy
Batch Number: 2013 Vintage
Distilled Date: Oct 6, 2013
Total Bottles: ~ 200
Raw Materials: Organic, Local Apples & Pears, Champange Yeast & water
Finish: 120L First Fill Canadian Oak, Non-Chill Filtered, No Colouring
Alcohol: 44% alc by vol
Distiller: Tyler Schramm

2012 Special 2 Year Old Reserve - Release Early Feb 2015

2012 Vintage - Sold Out!

Title: Aged Apple Brandy
Batch Number: 2012 Vintage
Distilled Date: Nov 6, 2012
Total Bottles: ~ 300
Raw Materials: Organic & Local Apples & Pears
Finish: 200L Ex-Bourbon, First Fill French Oak, Second Fill American Oak (Brandy). Non-Chill Filtered, No Colouring
Alcohol: 45% alc by vol
Distiller: Tyler Schramm

2011 Vintage - Sold Out

Featured Farms & Orchards 

We are fortunate to live and work in such an abundant and fertile agricultural region. All the apples and pears used to make our Apple Brandy are sourced locally from Sea to Sky farms and orchards including Riley Creek Organic Farm, Hare Family Organic Farm and Good Field Farms. Every year we also look forward to meeting new farmers and often bring in fruit from several naturally maintained orchards in Birken, D'Arcy and Pemberton.