British alcoholic beverage producer Diaego has completed the acquisition of Chase Distillery after being authorised by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

Financial details of the deal have not been disclosed.

Last October, Diageo reached an agreement to acquire Chase Distillery, manufacturer of Chase GB Gin and Chase Original Potato Vodka.

Diageo Great Britain’s managing director Dayalan Nayager said: “We are delighted to welcome Chase Distillery and its quintessentially British portfolio of high-quality, crafted brands to Diageo. We are very much looking forward to working with the Chase team to build on the portfolio’s considerable potential.”

The deal will expand Diageo’s portfolio with the addition of Chase Original Potato Vodka, as well as seven premium-plus gins, including Chase GB Gin, Pink Grapefruit & Pomelo Gin, and Rhubarb & Bramley Apple Gin.

Chase Distillery’s gin portfolio also includes Williams Elegant 48 Gin, which is produced using 48 rare varieties of apple from 200-year-old orchards.

The company said that its Chase Original Potato Vodka is produced in copper pot stills to create a smooth and creamy vodka.

The company added that 250 British potatoes are used to produce each bottle of Chase Original Potato Vodka.

Last December, Diageo’s London dry gin brand Gordon’s expanded its portfolio with the addition of a new alcohol-free variant called Gordon’s 0.0%.