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Distilled Spirits Council rebrands with new logo and website

This just in from The Distilled Spirits Council 

DISCUSlogoThe Distilled Spirits Council today announced the launch of a rebranding initiative, featuring a new logo, website and annual report, as part of an ongoing modernization effort.

 “The distilled spirits sector has achieved both record sales and exports, with eight consecutive years of market share growth,” says Distilled Spirits Council president & CEO Kraig R. Naasz. “To celebrate this achievement, we are introducing a modern branding initiative that reflects consumer enthusiasm for spirits and celebrates the cocktail culture both domestically and around the globe. Read the rest of this entry

American & Irish whiskey, tequila and Cognac drive spirits industry growth

distilled-spiritsIt’s always a bit like Christmas morning when the Distilled Spirits Council hosts its annual media and analyst briefing in New York. And the haul of goodies was just as bountiful this year as in past years—well, if you’re like me and you consider a year’s worth of category-specific spirits sales figures “goodies.” Read the rest of this entry

Rebecca Creek Distillery expands distribution to Florida

Texas-based Rebecca Creek Distillery has expanded to the Sunshine State, and its spirits can now be found on shelves and in bars and restaurants throughout the state of Florida.

 

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Rebecca Creek Distillery products now available in Missouri

BeckyCreek copyTexas-based Rebecca Creek Distillery has released its award-winning spirits throughout the state of Missouri for the first time.

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Bedlam Vodka heading to the Country Music Association Awards

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Bedlam Vodka, made by Durham, N.C.-based Graybeard Distillery, has joined forces with the Country Music Association to introduce the Bedlam Vodka Green Room at “The 51st Annual CMA Awards.”

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The Family Coppola launches Great Women Spirits line

The Family Coppola—yep, the film- and wine-making one— has announced the launch of Great Women Spirits, which will be available this October in select restaurants and retailers. Great Women Spirits, which the Coppolas describe as “small-batch, house-crafted, classically styled spirits,” will begin production with its brand of vodka, gin, and brandy, and has plans to expand the collection in the near future.