The Hindu Business Line  Sep 15  Comment 
KBDA says industry provides employment to 15,000, generates Rs 16,000 cr revenue for Karnataka annually
The Economic Times  Aug 29  Comment 
Young consumers are now driving a significant chunk of malt whiskey sales, forcing distillers to position some of their brands as more vibrant and edgy.
New York Times  Aug 27  Comment 
American barrel-making is on the upswing, fed by demand from winemakers, distillers and brewers, and science is transforming the ancient craft.
Forbes  Aug 25  Comment 
The purchase of smaller and independent wineries by larger corporate entities is not without risk, but when these marriages are done right, the advantages for all parties involved, as well as consumers, can be significant.
NPR  Aug 22  Comment 
The South was once a hub for sugar plantations. Now, small rum-makers are turning away from molasses, culling fresh sugar cane itself to create smooth liquors with grassy, woody or floral flavors.
Forbes  Aug 15  Comment 
Under its banner, Free the Grapes, ShipCompliant recently reported that over $2 billion in wine was shipped direct (DTC) from wineries to consumers in 2015, a figure that represents roughly eight percent of the overall U.S. wine market--DTC sales...
Forbes  Aug 11  Comment 
Driving the trend are low interest rates, consolidation among distributors that is driving wine companies to bulk up to gain market clout, and expanding consumption.
Forbes  Jul 22  Comment 
In trading on Friday, trucking shares were relative leaders, up on the day by about 3.6%. Leading the group were shares of Swift Transportation (SWFT), up about 11.9%.
Forbes  Jul 15  Comment 
Over the past twenty years or so, many venerable American wineries have been sold. For each sale of a small winery to a large company is it enough to ask: what will happen to our favorite winery?
MarketWatch  Jul 13  Comment 
High-end brewers such as De Garde in Oregon aim to create connections between company and customer.


This industry consists of two types of companies: wineries and distillers, companies that produce hard liquor such as gin, brandy and tequila.

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