Tag Archives: Beverage Trend

Winter Beverage Trends

In the quest to be hip and on trend, the modern craft cocktail movement, artisan beers, drink recipes with 15 ingredients, and molecular mixology are as popular as some of the retro classics that are returning. Here are 10 of the upcoming bar beverage trends to whet your whistle: 1. “Mad Men”-style vintage cocktails are making a come back. Classics ...

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How to Upsell Beverages with Brunch

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What’s the one thing that all the classic brunch beverages have in common? They are all made with food. Add orange juice to champagne, and you have a mimosa. Add peach puree to prosecco, you have a Bellini. And the Bloody Mary, well, that’s essentially a liquid garden. What makes these beverages so exciting (aside from the fact that we’re ...

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The Brunch Revival

Brunch Trends

Brunch is, of course, a blend of “breakfast” and ” lunch” and is thought to have originated in Britain in the late 19th century as a hangover meal served on Sundays for people who overindulged on Saturday nights. In 1895, Mr. Guy Beringer extolled the virtues of brunch in an article he wrote: “Instead of England’s early Sunday dinner, a ...

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5 Ways to Increase Beer Sales

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How do we sell more craft beer to our customers? By making it an exciting experience, of course. And we do this by pairing, which reveals hidden flavors and interactions in both food and drink. There is plenty of sophistication in beer pairing. A good pairing should… Make use of commonalities in flavor and aroma. Create harmonies by pairing a ...

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The Craft Beer Craze

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In the last five years, craft beer has made it onto the menu. Its amazing capacity to pair with all kinds of foods has made beer-and-food tasting events multiply exponentially—just look at the jumbo monthly lists on beerfestivals.org. Beer may actually be more food-friendly than wine is. Winemakers, after all, have one ingredient to play with: grapes. Two, if you ...

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