Wine Spirit and Education Trust (WSET) is a trade organization that provides world-class education opportunities for both wine and spirit enthusiasts and industry professionals. WSET sets international standards for wine and spirit education and ensures educators meet rigorous criteria via their quality assurance program.
Learn about the history of tequila, the different varieties, where its made and what exactly goes into the tequila production process.
Find out why beverage professionals are gearing up for Bar Convent Brooklyn 2022, a bar and cocktail trade event with opportunities to learn about emerging trends and preview products and techniques.
Rum is a versatile spirit that comes in a variety of types and flavors. Learn more about this popular spirit, how it is made, common challenges faced in the rum production process, and how distillers are optimizing production to meet consumer demand.
There's a lot that goes into the whisk(e)y production process, from malting and mashing, to distillation, maturation and bottling. Learn all about what goes into making this spirit, as well as what distinguishes the different types of whiskey.
Find out how the alcohol industry landscape has changed and how alcohol suppliers are now taking advantage of retail media to boost their online alcohol sales.
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Find out how you can use seasonal branding to successfully market and promote your beverage alcohol brand for specific holidays and times of the year.
Find out why launching your alcohol brand in one of the 17 control states may require a completely different strategy than how you would go to market in an open state.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way many industries, including the beverage alcohol industry, operate. Let's take a closer look at the current uses of AI in the beverage industry and where AI solutions may be heading in the future.