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If you’re a fan of the spirits they’re brewing at Blackland Distillery, good news: You’ll soon be able to get them in stores.

The Fort Worth-based distilling company is partnering with Ben E. Keith distribution company to sell Blackland’s vodka, gin, bourbon and rye whiskey in Fort Worth, Dallas, Denton and neighboring cities. You’ll be able to find Blackland brands in liquor stores in the area starting today. Previously, Blackland spirits were only available for sale at the distillery in the Foundry District at 2616 Weisenberger St.

The bottles available are packaged in 750-milliliter bottles. The vodka retails at $25, the gin at $30 and the bourbon and whiskey at $35.

With this partnership, Blackland’s spirits will be the first gin, bourbon and whiskey available in Ben E. Keith’s brand portfolio.

“We are very excited and honored with the opportunity to partner with the Blackland Distillery,” said Flint Prewitt, vice president of sales and operations for Ben E. Keith’s Beverages, in a statement. “The future is bright for Blackland, and we are eager to bring these brands to market in the weeks ahead.”

Carla Jimenez covers breaking business news and commercial retail development. Born and raised in Euless, she took a detour in the Midwest for a few years, but she’s back in the land of football, barbecue and Dr Pepper.
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