Minneapolis-based Tattersall Distilling announced today the addition of six new markets to its distribution, including California, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Galveston, Texas. This brings the distillery’s total distribution to 30 markets across the country as demand for its all-natural spirits and liqueurs continues to rise.
“Over the past five years we’ve worked to expand our footprint from a regional Midwest brand to a nationally recognized craft spirit,” said Jon Kreidler, founder, and chief officer of Tattersall Distilling, in a press release. “Now on both coasts, we’re thrilled to be able to give even more people a taste of Tattersall across the country.”
On the West Coast, Tattersall partnered with Skurnik Wine & Spirits for distribution, whose portfolio focuses on craft spirits that are styled and priced for both bartending and connoisseurs. In the mid-Atlantic region, Tattersall teamed up with distributor Lanterna, whose portfolio includes a few other Minnesota-based distilleries. In Galveston and coastal Texas, the distribution partner is Del Pappa, expanding Tattersall’s reach beyond Houston.
Tattersall will enter each market with its signature spirits and liqueurs, including Gin, Bitter Orange, Grapefruit Crema, Creme de Fleur, Cranberry Liqueur, Sour Cherry, Old Fashioned, Salty Dog. The addition of these new key markets will further help to establish the growing brand as a national competitor, with case sales expected to double again in the next three years. With an eye on the future, Tattersall has plans to enter additional markets this year. Tattersall continues to grow both in distribution and portfolio size, with a selection of new products released annually. Four new products are currently in the works for release in the coming months.