K-State launches vodka partnership with Boot Hill Distillery

MANHATTAN, Kansas – K-State Athletics and Boot Hill Distillery have teamed up to release EMAW Vodka, the officially licensed vodka of the Wildcats, which is now available for purchase at liquor stores across Kansas State.

Distilled by K-State alumni at Boot Hill Distillery in Dodge City, Kansas, EMAW Vodka is gluten-free and 80-degree with 40% alcohol volume. On the palate, EMAW Vodka has tastes of roasted sweet corn, black pepper with a creamy mouthfeel and hints of blood orange and vanilla.

“Following the successful launch of Wabash Reserve Whiskey, we are excited to be working again with fellow K-Stater Hayes Kelman (Owner/CEO) and all of his staff at Boot Hill Distillery on this exciting next project,” said Director of sports. Gene Taylor said. “This partnership has proven to be a great partnership, and we appreciate everyone who makes up this team, including our staff, our partners at Learfield, Affinity Licensing, the great people at Boot Hill, and all businesses across the state. who will carry this premium drink.”

Served neat, over ice, or in your favorite cocktail, EMAW Vodka is the perfect way to celebrate the Wildcats and the legacy of Kansas State University. Every bottle purchased helps support K-State and an alumni-owned Kansas business.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Kansas State University,” said Kelman, CEO of Boot Hill Distillery and 2015 K-State graduate. between an alumni-owned company and its alma mater. Together, we’ve created a unique Kansas mindset to keep fans supporting Kansas State University.”

Fans are encouraged to visit their local liquor stores across the state of Kansas next week to purchase EMAW vodka. The product, distributed by Standard Beverage, will also be available in restaurants and bars across the state.

For more information on this special release and to see a continually updated list of carriers, visit https://www.boothilldistillery.com/kansas-state-vodka-emaw-vodka.

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