Broker's Gin was created in the late 1990s by brothers Martin and Andy Dawson. It is crafted in a 200-year old distillery near Birmingham using a copper pot still, quadruple distilled pure grain spirit and ten traditional botanicals. The Dawson brothers defy the trend of using unusual ingredients, convinced that hundreds of years have perfected the recipe already.
Broker's quirky branding styles itself on Englishness. Gin being a quintessentially English spirit, the Dawsons styled the bottle on an English gentleman wearing a bowler hat. A City of London Stockbroker would fit this character well, and so the name Broker's was chosen.