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Daily Archive: August 19, 2013

Campari On Track To Hit 100,000 Cases In The U.S.

Campari America’s flagship Campari brand has been flourishing in the U.S. lately, fueled by a thriving cocktail culture. Continue reading →

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Teeling Reportedly Eyes Diageo’s Harp Brewery As Site For New Distillery

Irish whiskey player John Teeling is said to be exploring an acquisition of Diageo’s Harp Brewery in Dundalk with plans to convert it into a distillery. Continue reading →

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New $5,000 Champagne Brand Looks To Make Inroads In The United States

The sponsors of what’s billed as the world’s most expensive Champagne are looking to expand sales into the U.S. market. Continue reading →

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News Briefs for August 19, 2013

•Paul Walsh, who recently retired as CEO of Diageo, has been appointed to the board of directors of Indian spirits giant USL, in which Diageo now has a 25% stake. Continue reading →

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Craft Brewing And Distilling News for August 19, 2013

Oskar Blues Brewery will roll out the first batch of its seasonal Ten Fidy Imperial Stout from its East Coast brewery beginning next month. Continue reading →

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