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Ten years after New Hampshire’s Old Man of the Mountain collapsed, the New Hampshire Liquor Com-mission released a limited-edition commemorative liquor bottle featuring the geographic landmark.
Diageo expanded its Smirnoff Sorbet Light vodka line with the addition of Pineapple Coconut.
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) granted Devotion Vodka, a sugar-free, gluten-free vodka brand, permission to have the word “Gluten-Free” printed on its bottles, the company says.
Hand Crafted Spirits Inc. launched Triple 9 vodka in select markets in California.
Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have made it clear that millennials and generation Z have a unique openness to the world around them.
Premium adult beverages are providing momentum to the on-premise channel, according to Chicago-based Technomic Inc.’s 2013 BarTAB Report. Although the channel is slowing overall as consumers control their spending, higher-priced spirits and beers are growing in restaurants and bars, Technomic reports. In 2012, the on-premise channel grew in 0.7 percent in total volume to reach 1.9 billion gallons, and sales rose 3.5 percent to $97.3 billion, it reports. However, Technomic projects there will be slight declines in volume but continued dollar growth in 2013 and 2014.
Norwalk, Conn.-based Diageo introduced the Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka Celebration Edition bottle for the holidays.
Skyy Vodka, a brand of San Francisco-based Campari America, announced its official partnership with the Treasure Island Music Festival in San Francisco, which will take place Oct. 19-20. The vodka brand will serve as the official vodka during the seventh annual progressive music event, which will host dance music and indie-rock groups including Atoms for Peace, Beck, Major Lazer and Animal Collective.
Independent Distillers added two flavors to its Naughty Cow liqueur brand: Raspberry and Cake.