A new movement is emerging in the alcohol beverage business amidst a rise in handcrafted spirits
Potato vodka, barrel-aged gin and corn whiskey. These are just a few of the growing number of small-batch spirits to hit the market. Following in the steps of craft wineries and breweries, the number of businesses making micro-distilled vodka, whiskey, gin and other spirits is soaring. About 269 craft distilleries operate in the U.S., up from just a handful several years ago, according to Danielle Eddy, public relations director for Distilled Spirits Council of the U.S. (DISCUS), ...
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