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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for January 8, 2021

January 8, 2021

•Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Tattersall Distilling has debuted single-serve versions of its bottled Manhattan and Old Fashioned cocktails. The new cocktail shorties are packaged in 100-ml. glass bottles, and both feature Tattersall Straight rye whiskey, which is made from 100% Minnesota-grown rye and aged in charred American white oak barrels. The cocktails are bottled at 35% abv and retail priced at $6. Additional Tattersall single-serve cocktails are set to debut in the coming months.

•Costa Mesa, California’s Chihuahua Cerveza is now available in Oklahoma and Kansas, with the brewery announcing further expansions to follow throughout the first quarter of the year. This month, the brewery will add distribution in Arkansas and New Mexico, too, before adding Colorado, Alabama, and South Carolina over the next few months. Following the expansion, Chihuahua Cerveza will be available in 12 states across the southern United States.

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