Beverage

Beverage trends spilling into the restaurant industry

Beverage

4 trends on product developers' minds

A gathering this week of the experts who blend flavors and ingredients provided a look at where restaurants could be heading tomorrow.

Beverage

Boozy milkshakes get customers bellying up to the bar

Perfect for diners who want to indulge in a milkshake and want an extra kick, today’s spiked shakes go far beyond the mudslide.

Some changes are afoot in the wine industry, according to a recent survey conducted by Wine Intelligence. The study polled leading wine professionals from around the world on what they expect to see in the wine industry over the next 20 years.

According to a recent Technomic study, women are 30 percent more likely to spend more on adult beverages on-premise than last year. We asked four women who are new and established leaders in the industry to talk about what else is changing for women, both in front of and behind the bar.

Capitalizing on the cold-brew coffee trend, select U.S. cafes will give up the counter space to serve the creamy, nitrogen-infused java made from the cold-brew base.

With the growing popularity of brunch, operators are turning to the bar—not just for dining room overflow or selling bloody marys, but as a focal point.

Beer slips, while cocktails and others gain ground.

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