Philadelphia-based Bluecoat American Dry Gin has relocated its production facilities to a newly-renovated 15,000-square-foot distillery to ramp up production and create gin that better appeals to American taste preferences.
There are now more than 1,300 craft spirits producers in the US and the market continues to grow rapidly. The Craft Spirits Data Project – an initiative to evaluate performance and trends in the market – suggests the success of craft spirits could follow...
Pennsylvania-based craft distillery, Boardroom Spirits, believes that beets can be the root of the future for US cocktail culture and has launched B, an eau de vie or as co-owner Marat Mamedov likes to call it a “spirit specialty.”
Some of the more weird and wonderful innovations in gin include ant gin, meat gin, and lobster gin. Back in the mainstream, innovation has helped the category reach new consumers and revive the category - but what’s next?
What is being claimed as the most northerly gin distillery on mainland Britain was commissioned last month, following the installation of a new still - christened ‘Elizabeth’ - in the custom-built distillery at Dunnet, Caithness.