Beattie’s Distillers, a Canadian-based, family-owned craft distillery founded in 2015, is quickly expanding across U.S. markets, bringing its award-winning exceptionally smooth vodkas to more consumers stateside. The brand’s recent focus on bringing Beattie’s from a small town in Canada to the U.S. has earned it a place on shelves in 22 states, with additional distribution in the pipeline.
Founded by Ken Beattie, Beattie’s Distillers is backed by five generations of experience in potato farming and uses only potatoes grown on the Beattie family farm to make all of its spirits. Led by Ken and a passionate team of family, farmers, and distillery staff, two premium potato vodka products are the flagships of the portfolio:
- Potato Vodka – The one that started it all. This farm-crafted, beautifully creamy, premium potato vodka stands alone. Tasting notes: A subtle bouquet of buttery notes fills the glass, followed by hints of white pepper, almond, and caramel with a smooth finish. Serve over ice or in a martini with a hint of vermouth. Bottled at 40% alc/vol. Naturally gluten free.
- Sweet Potato Vodka – Specially selected from Beattie’s farms, you’ll taste the sweet potatoes right away in this earthy, autumnal, and savory Sweet Potato Vodka. Tasting notes: Gentle aromas and flavors of vanilla, citrus, and yams. Medium-full bodied palette with a long-lasting silky smooth finish. Serve in creative cocktails. Bottled at 30% alc/vol. Naturally gluten free.
“Expansion in the U.S. is a game changer for creating awareness and opportunities for Beattie’s,” shares Sarah Coyle, Production Manager and fifth generation Beattie. “As proud as we are to be Canadian and an Ontario-based distillery, U.S. distribution opens doors for us to grow in ways that wouldn’t be possible without it.”
Beattie’s vodkas are now available in Alaska, Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington D.C., and Washington.