America’s thirst for vodka is unquenchable. According to researchers at Technavio, the U.S. vodka market is expected to grow by about 6 percent over the next four years.
One reason: increasing demand for domestic vodka. American-made vodkas, like Heaven Hill’s Burnett and E&J Gallo’s New Amsterdam, each saw significant sales growth from 2013 to 2014, according to the report. And new U.S.-made vodka varieties are coming out all the time, like Texas-based Deep Eddy’s latest lemon-flavored hooch, notably made with aquifer water that is locally sourced from the Lone Star State.
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