Yes, you should be able to do git reflog --no-abbrev and find the SHA1 for the commit at the tip of your deleted branch, then just git checkout [sha]. And once you're at that commit, you can just git checkout -b [branchname] to recreate the branch from there.


Credit to @Cascabel for this condensed/one-liner version.

You can do it in one step:

git checkout -b <branch> <sha>