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New Brunswick potato farmer produces its first batch of Blue Roof vodka
The Strang family of potato farmers in New Brunswick, Canada are getting into the liquor business by making vodka from potatoes. The first batch of Blue Roof vodka will be available in the farm’s storefront this week and in NB liquor stores sometime in the next week.
William Chase doubles vodka production after bumper potato harvest
William Chase, founder of Chase Distillery, will double production of premium spirits to 500,000 bottles this year after a bumper potato harvest.<
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
 Copper distillery equipment
The Koenig distillery is beautifully industrial--a steampunk's dream--and today all that gleaming, steaming, needle-twitching splendor is producing a glorious, colorless, odorless and seemingly tasteless liquid.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
A British potato vodka is being developed as a mass-market alternative to premium potato vodka Chase by potato supplier QV Foods
Saturday, March 19, 2011
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Devotees of Chase Vodka – the only English potato vodka – will be able to buy their tipple from hundreds of supermarket outlets as a result of a tie-up with Sainsbury's.
Monday, March 14, 2011
 Maine Distilleries (Courtesy: Portland Press Herald)
Hundreds and hundreds of vodka brands are sold in the United States.
Sunday, January 16, 2011
William Chase lives a life dominated by potatoes. Hailing from a family of Herefordshire spud farmers, he is best known as the man behind Tyrrell's.
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William Chase, owner of the only premium potato-based vodka distillery in Britain, plans to take on much larger, mass-produced luxury brands in the U.S. market, Chase told Reuters.Unlike all large-scale vodka producers, Chase Distillery grows, mashes a...
Monday, July 26, 2010