St. Regis Partners with Alpine Distilling to Offer Limited-Edition Gin


When you stay at the St. Regis Deer Valley, you know you can expect plenty of special touches — like sunset Champagne ceremonies and ski-in, ski-out access to the slopes. Now, starting this fall, St. Regis guests have the opportunity to savor an exclusive, locally made spirit at the hotel bar as well.

Thanks to a partnership between the luxury resort and Park City-based Alpine Distilling, the resort has produced a limited run of St. Regis Barrel Select Gin. Only two barrels of the gin were produced, so if you haven’t had a chance to try it yet, you’ll want to hurry.

The liquor is bottled in custom Sego lily glass bottles, in honor of Utah’s official state flower. The bottles are hand labeled and corked with German-engineered walnut bar stoppers. With a bold juniper-forward and intensely floral flavor, the gin also offers notes of coriander, cardamom, angelica root, orris root, lemon peel and licorice root.

 St. Regis Deer Valley Barrel Select Gin

“The considerable time we invested in the three-day distillation process and months-long barrel
aging before going into this beautiful, custom Sego-lily-shape bottle mirrors the extraordinary
care and attention with which St. Regis welcomes its guests,” distiller Sara Sergent said in a press release.

At the hotel, guests can enjoy the gin in a classic Collins, French 75, a stirred martini or a special St. Regis cocktail. If you’d rather make your own cocktail at home (ideally with your own bottle of Alpine gin!), try one of these exclusive recipes from the hotel.

St. Regis Barrel Select Gin Recipes


    For the St. Regis' Gin Bramble:
  • 1.5 ounces Alpine St. Regis Barrel Select Gin
  • .5 ounces prickly pear juice
  • .5 ounces Alpine Preserve Liqueur
  • .25 ounces simple syrup
  • Lemon peel for garnish
  • For the St. Regis 75
  • 1.5 ounces Alpine St. Regis Barrel Select Gin
  • .25 ounces Alpine Preserve Liqueur
  • .25 ounces simple syrup
  • .5 ounces fresh lemon juice
  • Dry sparkling wine
  • Lemon peel for garnish


    For the Gin Bramble:
  1. Combine all liquids in a cocktail shaker.
  2. Add ice, shake and double strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass.
  3. Garnish with lemon peel.
  4. For the St. Regis 75:
  5. Combine all liquids except wine in a cocktail shaker.
  6. Add ice, shake and double strain over fresh ice in a Collins glass.
  7. Top with sparkling wine.
  8. Garnish with lemon peel.

P.S. Can’t get enough gin in your life? Check out our story on Alpine Distilling’s Gin Experience, where guests have the opportunity to distill their own bottle of gin while enjoying a gourmet four-course dinner. 


About Author

Locke Hughes is a freelance journalist currently based in Park City, who used to live in NYC until the mountains called. She believes long hikes and hot yoga — as well as wine and delicious food — play an important role in a happy life. Follow her outdoors and eating adventures on Instagram @lockehughes.

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