Derek Brown discusses what a sophisticated adult beverage actually is and how and why should make room for non-alcoholic adult beverages.
Thanks to increasing awareness on health and wellness, driven by the “the sober curious,” folks can still enjoy a growing variety of cocktails sans the alcohol—often called “mocktails.”
Erin Petrey cares about cocktails. They are culture in a glass. Learn from her the beverages to stock to ring in the new year and beyond.
Ask anyone in the know about the traditional cuisine of the Coastal Carolinas and odds are they’re going to say that seafood and produce.
Tiffanie Barriere, aka “The Drinking Coach” is a bartender who is making HERstory by providing history lessons with every cocktail she serves. Her main goal is education, service, and fun with every pour.
Alcohol and events can be a great mix, but the combination can also carry increased risks. Here are some tips on how to make your events that serve alcohol safer and more inclusive.
While beer, wine and cocktails remain important social lubricants for group events, today’s increasingly health-conscious attendees would love to have some low- and non-alcohol options that look just as enticing as that signature margarita.
Trends change annually – and sometimes semi-annually. Check out below on what you can expect to see trending in group catering this year.
Wine may be made from grapes, but that doesn’t mean it couldn’t cause problems for vegan attendees or even those with milk, egg and shellfish allergies.
Eschewing alcohol for the month of January, aka “Drynuary,” is an increasingly popular way to see what life is like on the sober side. How could incorporating the same concept into your meetings improve participation and inclusion.