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Recently-formed start-up Stillhouse Spirits Co is continuing its US expansion with another roll-out to more states in the country.

Stillhouse Spirits Co was founded in 2016

Stillhouse Spirits Co was founded in 2016

The company, which packages its seven-strong portfolio of clear American whiskey variants in 75cl steel cans, has launched the range in Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, South Carolina, Upstate New York and Washington. The additional markets bring Stillhouse's US markets count to 33.

As well as the 40% abv original expression, Stillhouse American Whiskey is also available in apple crisp, peach tea, coconut, mint chip and red hot flavours, all of which carry an abv of 35%. Late last year, a spiced cherry iteration was added to the portfolio.

Stillhouse Spirits was formed by entrepreneur Brad Beckerman in 2016 and counts rapper and producer G-Eazy among its backers. The whiskey is produced in Columbia, Tennessee.

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