Butchertown Brandy | American Craft Brandy | Immature Brandy

Grape brandy must be aged for 2 years in oak or longer. The aging of brandy is a delicate and sensitive process – a process sadly with no short-cuts.

We have been fortunate enough to partner with some outstanding distillers, who have been kind and generous enough to share some of their precious pure potstill aged stock with us.  We have taken this stock, blended it and continued to age it in bourbon barrels and some new American oak to create our own distinctive, unique American brandy. American Brandy with Copper & Kings DNA and personality. Something we are proud to call our own.

As we move forward – we continue to blend old stock backwards in to new make distilled by ourselves in our distillery in Butchertown,  in a variation of the “Solera" system, ensuring that the DNA style is maintained through the years and the maturation cycles.

A blend of superb exclusively copper pot-distilled brandy with real character and depth of flavor mingled in a Unique, modern American style.

Small batch Distillation of superior, acidic, highly aromatic wine selected for exceptional quality. Our primary grape varietals are Muscat De Alexandrie, Chenin Blanc and Colombard.

Non-chill filtered and unadulterated by boisé (powdered oak, shavings or infusion) other flavors, sugar or caramel color. Some cloudiness May be apparent at colder temperatures.

Matured in Kentucky bourbon barrels with support from medium-char New American white oak barrels for balance, complexity and a polished, velvety finish.

Our signature “Immature” Brandy (grape brandy aged for less than 2 years is defined as Eau De Vie or “Immature” Brandy - we find the Immature brandy description fitting, and understandable). It is double distilled Muscat brandy and non-chill filtered, with gorgeous texture, mouthfeel and a complexity of flavor very unusual for un-aged spirits. 90 Proof with structure and heft to ladder cocktails or enjoy on the rocks. Some cloudiness may be apparent at colder temperatures.