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Top Spirits Brands Enjoy Strong First Half As Tito’s Surge Continues

The U.S. spirits market’s top 50 brands enjoyed a strong first half of this year, with aggregate growth of 4.4% in control states, according to NABCA, and a 3.9% gain in IRI channels. Continue reading →

Posted in News on August 30, 2016

News Briefs for August 3, 2016

•O’Neill Vintners & Distillers has acquired fellow California winery Robert Hall, based in Paso Robles. Continue reading →

Posted in News on August 3, 2016

Surdyk’s On The State Of The Minnesota Market

The Surdyk family, which has been selling beverage alcohol in the Minneapolis market since 1934, is in the midst of a transition to a fourth generation of leadership as Jim Surdyk, CEO since 1988, cedes more day-to-day responsibility to his three children—triplets Melissa, Taylor and Molly, age 30. SND recently sat down with Jim Surdyk and family, as well as general manager Steven Wilk, at Surdyk’s, the single-unit 12,000-square-foot store on Minneapolis’s northeast side, to discuss the local retailing scene. Continue reading →

Posted in News on August 1, 2016

Tapping The Whiskey Boom, Brown-Forman Sees U.S. Sales Rise By 6% In Full-Year Results

Brown-Forman reported 6% underlying net sales growth in the U.S. for its fiscal year ended April 30, as the company continued to ride the U.S. whiskey boom. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 8, 2016

Tennessee Fire’s Rapid Rise Drives Brown-Forman’s U.S. Growth

The runaway success of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire propelled Brown-Forman to solid U.S. sales growth in the first three quarters of its fiscal year, but that progress was offset somewhat by the negative currency exchange impact outside the U.S. market. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 2, 2016

News Briefs for February 11, 2016

•The dilemma facing bankrupt Premier Cru, once a titan among wine retailers, boasting customers all over the globe, has taken a turn for the worse. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 11, 2016

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