OLCC lists 2016 Top 10 distilled spirits sales

HRD Vodka No. 1 by volume, Jack Daniels by dollars

PORTLAND, Ore. - The Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced Tuesday the “Top 10” list of distilled spirits sold in Oregon from December 1, 2015 through November 30, 2016. 

The first list ranks the products by volume in liters, with H R D Vodka, sold by Oregon-based Hood River Distillers, in the #1 seat.  The second list ranks the products by annual dollar sales, with Jack Daniels Old No. 7 in the #1 spot. 

Two Oregon-based products by Hood River Distillers ranked among the top ten in the dollar sales list.  Ranked third is Pendleton whiskey and eighth is H R D Vodka.

“OLCC is the third largest revenue-generating agency in the state, bringing in nearly $446 million over the last two years,” said Executive Director Steve Marks. “It is great to see the top 10 of Oregon sales.  These national and Oregon-based manufacturers’ success is a part of Oregon’s financial success as well and has been for a very long time.”

Volume Sales 2016                      Liters

  1.    H R D Vodka                       852,000
  2.    Fleischmann Royal             752,000
  3.    Fireball Cinnamon              558,000
  4.    Black Velvet                        556,000
  5.    Potters Vodka                      482,000
  6.    Smirnoff Vodka                  471,000
  7.    Monopolowa Vodka           468,000
  8.    Seagram’s Seven                461,000
  9.    Jack Daniels Old No. 7      458,000
  10.   Platinum 7X Vodka            437,000


Dollar Sales 2016                       Sales

  1.  Jack Daniels Old No. 7    $14,215,000
  2. Fireball Cinnamon            $11,921,000
  3. Pendleton                          $11,814,000
  4. Jameson Irish Whiskey     $11,368,000
  5. Crown Royal                     $11,329,000
  6. Monopolowa Vodka          $9,044,000
  7. Smirnoff Vodka                 $8,811,000
  8. H R D Vodka                     $8,321,000
  9. Black Velvet                      $7,385,000
  10. Maker’s Mark                    $6,980,000

All amounts rounded to the nearest thousand

December 2016 sales data is expected to be finalized mid-January 2017.  For information on where liquor revenue goes and distributions to individual cities and counties for the fiscal year visit the OLCC’s web page.

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