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Cocktail Trends

Information on trends in on-premise cocktails


Tiki Drink Article
The Mega-Trend Revival of Tiki    July 31, 2012

Forecasting a mega-trend before it hits is like knowing next week’s stock quotes, an open invitation to financial success. One trend that’s now firmly entrenched on both of our coasts and headed inland—Tiki drinks.More>>

Alcohol Free Martini
Succeeding at Zero-Proof   July 31, 2012

Today, people are more predisposed to socializing without alcohol. Research reveals that only 25% of consumers who dine out at full-service restaurants order some type of beverage alcohol, be it spirits, beer or wine. More>>

Jack Robertiello
The Price of the Drink   July 24, 2012

Much of America is in drought, and that means those cucumbers and peaches and watermelons and herbs your drink list counts on this summer may be smaller, drier and more expensive. Time to adjust?More>>

Sherry Cobbler Article
Drinking and Thinking   July 24, 2012

A good drink menu makes you thirsty; a great drink menu makes you think while you drink. This time, we examine three menus that try to do both, from Hank's in Washington, DC, to Sadie's in Hollywood. But we start with a R'evolution in New Orleans. More>>

News
NRN.com: How to Start Sourcing Local Ingredients   July 24, 2012

Restaurant operators who want to dip their toes into locally sourcing ingredients don’t have to do it whole hog, a foraging authority advised. More>>

Margarita Article
The Search for La Señorita Margarita    July 17, 2012

There is a thin line between fact and fiction, a line that is often obscured with the passage of time. Such is the case surrounding the origin of the Margarita. As for the “who done it” part, lets take a look at all of the evidence.More>>

Cocktail Article
Summer Drinks are Hot Items   July 17, 2012

After a sweltering day laboring at the office or languishing in the afternoon heat on the freeway, your parched clientele will be looking to you for icy cold relief. To be truly successful though, your icy cold relief needs to be appreciably better than what the other guys are selling. More>>

Derek Brown Article
Derek Brown, Our Man in Washington   July 17, 2012

The Columbia House and The Passenger are the brainchild of Derek Brown, one of the nation’s preeminent mixologists and spirits authorities. The two bars are a sanctuary for people who appreciate great spirits and classically prepared cocktails. More>>

Mercy News
Mercy, A Premium Hangover-Prevention Beverage   July 11, 2012

The creators of MERCY™, a new beverage that helps prevent hangovers, announced its introduction. More>>

News
NRN.com: Old Chicago Revamps Cocktail Menu   July 11, 2012

From NRN.com: Beverages make up 40 percent of total sales at Old Chicago’s 96 locations across the country, and about three quarters of those beverage sales is beer. More>>



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