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Russian Vodkas Pulled From Shelves In A Growing Number Of States

Russian vodka brands are disappearing from store shelves across an increasing number of states, following the nation’s invasion of Ukraine. Control states including Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, Utah, and New Hampshire are pulling Russian products from their offerings, while Texas governor Greg Abbott also asked his state’s retailers and restaurateurs to stop selling Russian brands. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 28, 2022

Super-Premium Spirits Drive Solid Growth In U.S. Control States

Spirits volumes rose 4.6% across the U.S. market’s control states in 2021, slower than the impressive 7.5% growth recorded in 2020—due to pantry loading as a result of the pandemic—but still better compared to the 3.7% increase registered in 2019. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 15, 2022

Control State Spirits Volumes Slip In July, But Rise 6% In The Year-to-Date

Spirits volumes in control states fell 2.2% in the month of July to bring year-to-date growth down to a cumulative 6%, according to NABCA. Continue reading →

Posted in News on August 27, 2021

Control State Sales Jump, Reflecting Off-Premise Bounce

With the off-premise booming in recent weeks, control states have also been seeing sharp sales increases. Continue reading →

Posted in News on April 2, 2020

As Liquor Retailers Cope With Covid 19, PLCB Shutters All Stores And Online Sales Indefinitely

Retailers are experiencing a run on inventory nationwide, but they’re also facing closures as consumers load up on supplies and officials take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 17, 2020

News Briefs for September 24, 2018

•The strike at Four Roses Distillery ended late last week after unions and management reached a tentative settlement on Friday. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 24, 2018

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