The world of whisky has long been dominated by men, but there are some talented women in the industry too. In honor of Women’s History Month, we will showcase some of the industry’s most talented female whiskey distillers.
As is the case in most states, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected alcohol sales in Texas and prompted officials to make changes to liquor laws to allow for additional alcohol delivery methods.
The American Craft Spirits Association is an important nonprofit organization that is working to grow the crafts spirits industry in the U.S. and provide support for producers.
January is a notoriously slow month for alcohol sales and 2021 is going to be especially tough for retailers in light of COVID-19. Spirits marketing will be more important than ever this year.
Virtual liquor tastings may become a staple offering for distilleries post-pandemic due to their low overhead cost and success in building brand awareness.
To get people to buy your product, you need to have a strong spirits marketing strategy. With a little effort and creativity, you can have a winning brand.
As it became clear that the coronavirus was on track to become a global pandemic, WHO and other health officials recommended that people use hand sanitizer to protect themselves and stop the
Spiritrade boss Jimmy Metta tells db about the firm smashing its first-year growth expectations by 300%, and shaking things up in the industry with the launch of the secure global
Dear Client: By now, over 20 states have all announced the closure of bars and restaurants in wake of COVID-19, while still allowing carryout and delivery. That list includes: California
Despite ProWein’s cancellation due to the ongoing threat posed by coronavirus (Covid-19), business in the trade goes on, even though the show on this occasion has not. Here’s db’s rundown