The Beer Institute—a national trade association representing brewers, beer importers, and beer industry suppliers—announced it named Danelle Kosmal as vice president of research.
After COVID-19 changed the world, stay at home orders and safety precautions decimated the restaurant industry.
The world of wine is storied and vast but also very much steeped in an old-guard mentality that has led to systematic issues, with organizations like the Court of Master Sommeliers currently under ...
Known for encouraging everyone to savor time with the people who matter most, often over delicious food and drinks out, Stella Artois has championed the restaurant industry through the ongoing heal ...
Last year, restaurants focused their beverage programs around off-premises adaptations out of sheer necessity.
Twin Peaks is taking its craft bar program to the next level with the debut of an all-new beverage menu.
When the pandemic first struck, consumer habits changed seemingly overnight.
Gone are the days of twee mocktails and Shirley Temples.
Alcohol has long been a double-edged sword for restaurants. On one hand, spirits, wine, and beer serve as significant revenue generators for many operators.
The impact of COVID-19 restrictions on foodservice goes beyond restaurants alone.