BEVCOMMUNITY

Connect with the local beverage industry. Trade news, trends and insights.

Hartley & Parker Welcomes Stateside Urbancraft Vodka

By July 23, 2021Connecticut, Top News

Philadelphia-based Stateside Urbancraft Vodka joined the portfolio of Hartley & Parker Limited, Inc., launched in Connecticut in July. Stateside is distilled seven times from all American corn, is certified gluten-free and OU Kosher, and contains no sugar or processing additives of any kind. Using the highest-quality distillate, the vodka undergoes a unique filtration process which includes a 24-hour infusion of medical-grade oxygen, activated carbon filtration and subzero micro-filtration. The proofing water, which makes up 58% of all 80-proof vodkas, is carefully filtered using reverse osmosis and then re-mineralized with electrolytes, as well as being packaged in a unique flip-top bottle. The result is an incomparably smooth vodka to enjoy sipping neat or blending seamlessly into a variety of cocktails. Founded in 2013, Stateside Vodka comes from the team of Matt and Bryan Quigley, who began the company in their parent’s basement in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. The Quigleys teamed up with former beverage industry executive Clement Pappas and his brother, Zachary, launching Federal Distilling, a craft distillery and tasting room showcasing Stateside Urbancraft Vodka in 2016 in Philadelphia.

Stateside Urbancraft Vodka 100% corn-based vodka has a neutral scent and a soft, silky palate. The flavor suggests cucumber and almond, with a smooth finish and a faint hint of sweetness.

Stateside Urbancraft Vodka offers its Party Pack of canned vodka sodas, with two of each flavor: Black Cherry, Orange, Pineapple and Lemon Cucumber Mint. Made with Stateside Vodka sparkling water and real fruit juice, each serving is 95 calories, 2 carbs and gluten-free.

 

« | »