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8 Food & Drink Pairings For Rum

Written by Jephonie Villegas, Content Manager at Advanced Mixology Rum is a type of alcohol distilled from sugar cane. It has been consumed for centuries because it’s an alcoholic drink...

New Standardized Global Bottle Size: 700ml Now Permitted In The US

Submitted by ByQuest. Story originally published at byquest.com. In case you missed it, the TTB recently announced several changes for the permitted bottle sizes allowed in the US. Most notably...

Distilling for Good: Leaning into CSR

Written by Aspen Grender, Certified Bourbon Steward & Communications Strategist at The University of Kansas Those working in the distilled spirits sector have long recognized the importance of corporate social...

How to Showcase Your Spirits Through Cocktails

Written by Dan Callaway, Vice President – Hospitality & Product Development, Bardstown Bourbon Company There’s no shame in using your favorite Bourbon to make a Manhattan, in dissolving the implied...

No, Hard Seltzer Isn’t Dead—Here’s Why

Written by Scott Rosenbaum, Ah So Insights. Originally published here.  Recent reports of the death of hard seltzer are greatly exaggerated. Here are three articles that show the media’s prioritization...

5 Tips for Building Better Wine & Spirits Brands

Written by Scott Rosenbaum, Ah So Insights. Originally published here. Humans are creatures of habit. The heuristics (or mental shortcuts) we use to guide our decisions are so consistent across...

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