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New Business On

Delaware Avenue

There’s a new business coming to Delaware Ave. Bryan Kasper the owner of the iconic landmark Benson Ford Shiphouse, created Shiphouse Vodka and will be opening his store, The Shiphouse Vodka Store, on May 15th next to Mr. Ed’s under the Tree Bar.
The shop will offer a full-proof liquor that is perfect for sipping on its own or mixing into your favorite cocktail. The vodka will be available for purchase in the store, where you can also find a variety of logo merchandise, including t-shirts, hats, and hoodies. Byran also plans on hosting tastings at the onsite distillery, allowing customers to experience the true taste of Shiphouse Vodka and other Noble Cut Distillery spirits.
Bryan invites you to visit and discover why Shiphouse Vodka is quickly becoming a favorite among vodka connoisseurs.


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