In the midst of the drought, a few of California’s most iconic wine and spirits brands are beginning to diversify their operations in the state, hoping to stay afloat as a result of drought conditions.
The largest and most recognizable is Jack Daniel’s, which sells whiskey and is known for its award-winning brands like Red Rocks and Jack Daniel.
As of January, the company has sold a record 9.4 million bottles of whiskey and 2.2 million bottles from its winery, making it one of the biggest wineries in the United States.
But in the meantime, it’s looking to diversification by opening a fireplace shop.
The company has teamed up with the popular brand, Home Depot, to open a firehouse store in Ventura County, where Home Depot has a warehouse that is the perfect location for a hydrometer and firehouse.
The Ventura County Fire Department said that the store will be the first firehouse in California to sell both hydroponic and fireplaces, as well as offering fire starters and fire extinguishers.
This move is also part of a larger trend of hydroponically grown products being sold by Home Depot.
Last year, the retailer launched a hydrogel and firestarter store in New Jersey.
This year, it will open a similar store in Southern California.
The Ventura County location will be located in the area of the Firehouse building, which is a warehouse building that houses many other businesses, including the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department, Ventura County Health Department, and Ventura County Department of Fire and Rescue.
This is not the first time Home Depot will have partnered with a California-based brand to diversifying its supply chain.
The company partnered with Vons, a German company that specializes in hydropanically grown food products, to sell its fire starter and fire starter packs in California.
Vons products were also featured on the Food Network show “Taste the Farm” last year, and in 2015, the brand partnered with Starbucks to launch a new range of fire starters that are the first of their kind.