Freeland Spirits Launches New Online Store


November 1, 2022

Freeland Spirits Bundle

Portland, Ore.-based Freeland Spirits has launched a new online shop to sell its spirits and gift packs, powered by Shoppers will find a wide array of shopping opportunities on the site, including Freeland original American Gin, London Dry Gin and Bourbon and the Freeland French 75 canned cocktail and Freeland Gin & Rose Tonic canned cocktail, plus four special gift bundles.

To celebrate the season, every first online order placed during November will include a complimentary pair of Freeland rocks glasses. Freeland Spirits can now be shipped to 32 states.

“We’ve seen growing demand for our craft spirits and canned cocktails across the country and that’s what this new online shop is all about,” says Freeland Spirits founder Jill Kuehler. “We’re here with the gifts for the holiday season and beyond.”

Items available include:

Gin Bundle – Original American Gin and London Dry Gin (Navy Strength) $82.99

Freeland Spirits Signature Bundle – Freeland Original American Gin, London Dry Gin (Navy Strength) and Bourbon plus four-packs of Freeland Gin & Rose Tonic cans and Freeland French 75 cans $168.99

Spirits Bundle – a trio of Freeland Original American Gin, London Dry Gin (Navy Strength) and Bourbon $132.99

Gin & Bourbon: Freeland Original American Gin and Bourbon Duo $89.99

Each month, Freeland supports local non-profit organizations as it recognizes a Free Spirit – an individual who goes above and beyond to impact their community in a positive way. So, every purchase from Freeland helps sustain multiple causes.

Freeland Spirits online shop offers free shipping for every order of $150 or more, $9.99 shipping for order of $75-$149 and $14.99 shipping for orders up to $74.

Kuehler founded Freeland Spirits in 2017; it takes its name from Kuehler’s grandmother, who was a lifelong nondrinker but taught Kuehler that women can be whatever they want to be. Partner and Master Distiller Molly Troupe was the youngest woman in American to earn a master’s degree in Distillation from Scotland’s Heriot-Watt University in 2013.

For more information, visit