The Geordie Schooner, a pub glass from Newcastle Brewing Co., is making its debut stateside for use with Newcastle Brown Ale. It features a wide rim and robust shape to highlight the caramel aromas of Newcastle. The Schooner’s nucleated bottom with etched star allows CO2 bubbles to escape, keeping the beer tasting fresh. The 16- and 20-ounce Geordie Schooner will be used in select bars and restaurants nationwide. A 5-ounce sampling glass and 17-inch tip jar will also be available in select markets.
For more information, visit www.newcastlebrown.com.
Clear View Technologies Inc. introduces The BarMaster, an alcohol beverage management, inventory control and loss prevention system that enables tracking of every ounce of alcohol. It provides easy-to-read reports and management tools for bar owners. The BarMaster comes with a speed rail sensory system with hidden RFID and weighing technology to identify brand, bottle and location; SaaS software to integrate pour activity, POS and event-based video monitoring data; and a mini PC and server that connect to all devices, sensors and stations.
For more information, visit www.thebarmaster.com.
The Bitter Truth, Europe's leading producer of cocktail bitters and flavorings, announced the launch of its Creole Bitters. The anise-tinged red liquid follows the traditional Creole style: sweet, bitter and spicy, highlighting the fruity and floral aromas that unite the flavors of anise and caraway fennel. Creole bitters are already available in Europe and Asia and will be available in the U.S. later this year.
For more information, visit www.the-bitter-truth.com.