Category: In the News
NY Breweries Slammed by Superstorm Sandy
While most breweries made it through Hurricane Sandy intact, the surges of saltwater, power outages and distribution problems have all dealt a blow to New York’s thriving beer industry.
Tips for Tea-infused Cocktails
Time for tea cocktails: Dallas operators share some secrets for infusing spirits with tea.
Chipotle Tests Local Craft Beer in Chicago
Mexican-themed chain operator Chipotle is adding two beers from a small Chicago craft brewery.
Morton’s Offers Menu for History Channel Series
The cable network History has formed a deal with Morton’s The Steakhouse to promote the new TV series “The Men Who Built America” with a three-course pre-fixe menu.
Red Robin Reevaluating its Brand
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers is rethinking its full-service restaurant model top to bottom—from name to service style to menu—as it also expands its fast-casual concept, Red Robin Burger Works.
Napa’s Neighbor Lake County Gains Respect
The past 10 years have been a time of resurgence and regrowth for California’s Lake County. Some believe the region has the potential to produce some good, and reasonably priced Cabernet.
Portuguese Wines Come of Age, Steal Spain’s Thunder
Since Portugal joined the European Union in 1986, EU subsidies and investments have poured into the country’s wine industry.
Heineken Unveils Latest James Bond Tie-In Programs
Heineken has announced the details of the next phase of retail and on-premise support around its partnership with the James Bond Franchise.
CHEERS ON: Five Fast Facts About Gin
Gin has made a considerable comeback since falling out of favor in the decades following Prohibition; here are five facts you may not know about gin.
Big Breweries Aim to Attract Craft Beer Set
Large brewers are introducing new styles to appeal to the increasing number of craft beer drinkers.