Alcoholic Beverage

The best alcoholic drinks launches for May

Liquid assets: May 2024

By Restaurant

Swedish and Scottish whiskies and Sussex and Hampshire wines are among our top picks for this month's new drinks releases.

Hospitality spending soars over Platinum Jubilee weekend

Hospitality spending soars over Jubilee weekend

By James McAllister

The extended Platinum Jubilee weekend saw spending in hospitality venues soar with restaurants seeing a 41.5% uplift compared to the same period last year, according to data from Barclaycard.

An aperitif for Indian food; the Banks brothers' new canned wine range; lychee-flavoured cider; and a Dangerous mandarin mezcal

Drinks

Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By Restaurant

An aperitif created to complement Indian food; the Banks brothers' new canned wine range; a globetrotting gin; a lychee-flavoured cider; and a Dangerous new mezcal are among this month's biggest drinks launches.

Blended whiskies, umami-packed gin, flavoured rums, creative mixers and tonics and highly drinkable beers

Drinks

Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By Restaurant

Blended whiskies, an umami-packed gin, flavoured rums, creative mixers and tonics and highly drinkable beers make up this month's must-have list of drinks launches.

All the latest alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks launches february 2021

Drinks

Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By Restaurant

This month's selection includes a left-field Australian whisky, grown up apple juice, luxury rums, carbon negative gins and a way to give cocktails a rooibos kick.

new beers flavoured gins alcohol wine restaurants pubs and bars

Drinks

Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By Big Hospitality

Citrusy beers (with or without booze), pre-batched coktails, imaginative mixers and flavoured gins are among the new drinks launches designed to keep your customers happy this summer.

new alcoholic drinks gin rum whisky vodka beer negroni restaurants pubs bars

Drinks

Liquid assets: all the latest drinks launches

By Restaurant

From pre-bottled Negronis and British rum to a caffeine-spiked liqueur and perfume-inspired gin, here's this month's rundown of the latest drinks products vying for space on your back bar

Tayér x Maker's Mark Bourbon, Amber, Linie Aquavit, fino sherry +  caroob

The new-wave bars combining cocktails with food

By Lucy Britner

From fermented purple carrots and dehydrated tomatoes to drinks made with bread, cocktails are enjoying a greater connection to the kitchen – for several good reasons.

What does Autumn Budget 2018 mean for hospitality?

What does Autumn Budget 2018 mean for hospitality?

By Sophie Witts

The Autumn Budget drew a mixed reaction from the hospitality industry, with Chancellor Philip Hammond offering an olive branch to the high street, but facing criticism from winemakers.

Latest opening: Kricket White City

Latest opening: Kricket White City

By Georgia Bronte

The third restaurant from the well-loved Indian small plates restaurant has opened at a burgeoning White City development.

Seven cocktail trends to pore over

Seven cocktail trends to pore over

By Restaurant magazine

From crossover cocktails to caffeinated ones, here's what your customers will be demanding from your bar this summer

Beer quiz 25 questions to test your knowledge

The great beer quiz: 25 questions to test your knowledge

By Restaurant magazine

With a new breed of Millennial drinker demanding a better brew, it’s never been more important to know your beers. Take our quiz to discover if you’re lacking in the lager stakes or whether you’re a bona fide beer geek.

CGA less is more for British drinkers

Less is more for British drinkers

By Joe Lutrario

New data from analyst CGA reveals a fall in alcohol sales by volume but a rising interest in higher quality alcohol, with restaurants well-placed to capitalise.

£601m worth of gin was sold in the on-trade last year

Why the gin trend is showing no sign of drying up

By Emma Eversham

The popularity of gin in the UK is showing little sign of waning with sales of the spirit breaking the £1bn barrier six months earlier than predicted according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA).

Women are more likely to choose to drink beer in pubs, restaurants and hotels if there are beer lists and tasting notes

Beer lists and tasting notes attract female beer drinkers

By Emma Eversham

Pubs, restaurants and hotels offering beer lists with tasting notes would be more likely to sell beer to women than those trying different techniques, the results of a survey into the relationship between women and beer have revealed. 

Asia de Cuba's new re-focused bar now specialises in rum and ceviche

Asia de Cuba London launches Asia de Cuba Bar

By Emma Eversham

London restaurant Asia de Cuba has re-positioned its bar area as Asia de Cuba Bar, which will specialise in sugarcane-based cocktails and ceviche dishes.

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