The Indie Spirits Expo is my favorite series of boozy events in the U.S. Where else are you going to encounter a gathering of small, independent, family owned, handcrafted spirits and the distillers, importers, bottlers, distributors and representative under one roof? The New York edition is next Monday, June 11 at the Penn Club, 30 W. 44th St. in Manhattan. Doors open at 5 p.m. for VIP ticket holders and 6:30 for regular ticket holders. Purchase tickets here.
This just in from The Distilled Spirits Council
“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
It’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
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.
Texas-based Rebecca Creek Distillery has released its award-winning spirits throughout the state of Missouri for the first time.
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.”