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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for April 30, 2019

April 30, 2019

•Minneapolis, Minnesota’s Tattersall Distilling has debuted a new vodka-based, ready-to-drink offering. Based off of a popular Midwestern cocktail—the Bootleg—Tattersall’s Bootlegger RTD is a blend of vodka, lemon, lime, and mint, which is meant for serving with soda water. The new, 35% abv expression is rolling out at select off-premise accounts across the distillery’s 21-state distribution footprint, retail priced at $30 a 750-ml. Tattersall’s range also includes a Straight Rye Whiskey, gin, vodka, rum, apple brandy, and an extensive line of liqueurs, among other offerings.

•Ithaca Beer Company is introducing Uncle Buzzy, a new limited Double IPA. Rolling out in 4-packs of 16-ounce cans and on draft, Uncle Buzzy is made with Australian Galaxy and Enigma hops as well as New Zealand Nelson Sauvin, and also receives multiple dry-hop additions. It clocks in at 7% abv. Ithaca, which produces about 20,000 barrels annually, distributes via 56 wholesalers in 16 states. The company is known for its widely distributed Flower Power IPA.

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