U.S. is in a ‘golden age of whiskey’ amid supply chain issues: SVP of Economic & Strategic Analysis

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Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “U.S. is in a ‘golden age of whiskey’ amid supply chain issues: SVP of Economic & Strategic Analysis” – below is their description.

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David Ozgo, Senior Vice President of Economic and Strategic Analysis at the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the shortage of bottles and alcohol heading into this holiday season and trends in the alcohol industry.

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