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Founder and Owner of Hot Glen Road, John Vasicek, announced the company is preparing to launch its product in the Caribbean and Central America after signing a distribution deal with Velour Imports.
Get Hot Tequila which first launched in the U.S. in 2017, has partnered with Houston based Velour Imports to distribute the world's first, and best, premium 100% agave, habanero-infused tequila reposado into Caribbean restaurant and bars.
When you think of craft beer, you might think of a guy sporting a bushy beard, flannel shirt, and thick-rimmed glasses brewing beer in his kitchen sink. The truth is, however, that the industry has taken off in recent years. As it turns out, beer aficionados have money to spend, and craft beer has grown to be a $300-billion global industry.
New partnership presented opportunities for expansion that she didn't originally foresee. "Instantly going from regional to national distribution with near limitless possibilities was the biggest surprise," says Sinclair. "Another bonus was the ability to further expand Velour's procurement capabilities to distilled spirits whiskey, bourbon, vodka, and gin."