Watermelon Cocktails for the Fourth

Watermelon is one of my favorite ingredients to mix up in a cocktail on a hot, summer day. And this Fourth of July, I’m bringing you multiple watermelon cocktail recipes to quench the thirst of your party goers! The juicy sweetness of watermelon lends itself to pretty much any liquor. But my absolute favorite is … Continue reading “Watermelon Cocktails for the Fourth”

The Adult Capri Suns – High Key Wine Pouches

The best way to stay low-key while indulging in your favorite wine is by drinking High Key Wine! No need to bring wine bottles and glasses to the beach, park, or your kids’ soccer game, just grab a High Key Wine Pouch and enjoy! High Key Wine offers three varieties of wine pouches – sweet … Continue reading “The Adult Capri Suns – High Key Wine Pouches”

MLB Ballparks Using Artificial Intelligence To Sell Beer Faster

Aramark – one of the MLB’s largest concession providers knows the pain of waiting in a long line to grab a beer while your favorite team is up at bat.  That’s why they partnered up with California-based tech company, Mashgin to bring express self-check out machines to MLB ballparks. With no barcode needed, the Mashgin … Continue reading “MLB Ballparks Using Artificial Intelligence To Sell Beer Faster”

National Doughnut Day

June 7, 2019 Summer Fridays are simply the best – especially when the office celebrates National Doughnut Day and we have the pleasure of starting off our work day with a tasty treat!  The business of doughnuts is booming and now people are flocking to shops that offer hand-crafted, freshly made-to-order doughnuts that range from … Continue reading “National Doughnut Day”

Over 2 Million Jobs Created by the U.S. Beer Industry

The Beer Institute (BI) and the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) released a report stating that the U.S. beer industry created more than 2.19 million jobs paying more than $101 billion in wages and benefits. The “Beer Serves America” report is truly a testament to its name. It provides us with insight into the U.S. … Continue reading “Over 2 Million Jobs Created by the U.S. Beer Industry”

What Beer Glass Do I Use?

Serious beer drinkers around the world firmly believe that the beer glass that holds the beer is just as important as the beer inside the glass. Others think that it’s a marketing gimmick. But truth be told, different styles of beer glasses affect the color, foam, aroma, and the taste of the beer you’re drinking. … Continue reading “What Beer Glass Do I Use?”

Garden Cocktails

Spring has sprung, grass is growing, temperatures are climbing, and people are starting to plant their gardens for the summer. If you are a cocktail lover like I am, this time of year really excites you because there are lots of fresh fruits, veggies, and herbs to include in all of your libations. Whether it’s … Continue reading “Garden Cocktails”

FUNK Boston: A Wild & Sour Beer Fest

June 14 & 15, 2019 Cyclorama 539 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02116 Cyclorama, or the Boston Center for the Arts along with BeerAdvocate are hosting this year’s FUNK Boston: A Wild & Sour Beer Fest on June 14th and 15th with three sessions each day. There will be over 40 breweries in attendance, pouring over … Continue reading “FUNK Boston: A Wild & Sour Beer Fest”

When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Limoncello

Going back about sixteen years I visited the Amalfi Coast in Italy with my family. Specifically, I visited a town named Ravello. Ravello, a resort town set 1200 feet above the Tyrrhenian Sea by Italy’s Amalfi Coast, is home to iconic cliffside gardens, mozzarella shops, and Limoncello businesses. I was thirteen years old and remember … Continue reading “When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Limoncello”

A Clapback to the Attack on the Aperol Spritz

In response to The New York Times attack piece published last Thursday, “The Aperol Spritz Is Not a Good Drink,” New Yorkers are joining forces in a Rally for Aperol. The entire internet clapped back to this publication with a message to the author, “You Are Wrong!” And, rightfully so. The Aperol Spritz is a … Continue reading “A Clapback to the Attack on the Aperol Spritz”