During COVID-19, the state government made some statewide changes to alcohol policies to help restaurants stay afloat. Let’s unpack how the pandemic has shaped current liquor laws surrounding alcohol sales in Georgia.
Alcohol sales in Indiana have been impacted by new liquor lesgislation passed as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn what this means for you as an alcohol supplier, bar or restaurant.
When bars and restaurants in North Carolina were forced to close their doors to patrons at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the local government made important changes to the state’s liquor laws that were designed to help businesses safely serve customers through takeout and delivery orders and support alcohol sales.
2020 has been a rough year for all industries. For businesses in the beverage alcohol industry that rely on on-premise sales, it’s been especially turbulent. Here are some thoughts going into 2021.
Virtual liquor tastings may become a staple offering for distilleries post-pandemic due to their low overhead cost and success in building brand awareness.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on businesses across all industries, although the restaurant and alcohol industries have been especially hard hit.
In the early months of 2020, COVID-19 began spreading across the world. Since then, the pandemic has had a major effect on countries and industries, including the beverage alcohol industry.
The beverage industry has seen noticeable changes in wine trends due to COVID-19, both in how much wine people are drinking and in how they are consuming it.
Sixdots is a free-to-use ordering and marketing platform specifically designed for bars and restaurants to recover from the impact of COVID-19.
As bars and restaurants begin reopening across the country, employers are faced with trying to find the right balance between welcoming back customers while also maintaining employee safety.