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What Bar Culture Looks Like In 2022: A Covid-Inspired Perspective

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What Bar Culture Looks Like In 2022: A Covid-Inspired Perspective

As the world recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic, the bar industry is left wondering what the new normal will look like. In a pre-Covid world, going out for drinks with friends was a common way to socialize and blow off steam after a long week. But with the threat of the virus still looming, many people are hesitant to return to bars and clubs.

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5 Best Garnishes To Give Your Beer Cocktails A Twist!

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5 Best Garnishes To Give Your Beer Cocktails A Twist!

If you're looking for a way to add extra flavor to your beer cocktails, consider using one of these five delicious garnishes! From fruit to herbs, there's sure to be something that will suit your taste. So, next time you're in the mood for a beer cocktail, don't forget to try one of these unique garnishes.

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[Infographic] Rum Vs Whiskey: A Disparity Between Two Famous Spirits

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[Infographic] Rum Vs Whiskey: A Disparity Between Two Famous Spirits

When most people think of distilled spirits, rum and whiskey are among the first types that come to mind. Though they are both similar in some ways, they also have a few key differences. In this blog post, we'll compare and contrast these two popular drinks to help you decide which is right for you. Cheers!

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3 Types Of Champagne Glasses & Their Impact On Drinking Experience

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3 Types Of Champagne Glasses & Their Impact On Drinking Experience

Champagne is a symbol of elegance and refined taste. There are three types of champagne glasses that best complement celebrations, such as the champagne coupe, flute, and tulip. Knowing the right way to consume champagne is one thing, but understanding the origins of its glassware is everything. This article will walk you through a culmination of history, development, and trends that brought rise to the best champagne glasses we all know and love today. Listen to this Blog The Humble Beginnings As far as general knowledge goes, champagne originated from the Northeastern province of France, Champagne. The development of each...

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Shelf Life Basics: Understanding How Long Champagne Lasts

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Shelf Life Basics: Understanding How Long Champagne Lasts

People usually drink Champagne to celebrate any special occasion, such as birthdays, weddings, and New Year's Eve. But, once you've opened a bottle and think if there will be some left, you ask yourself: how long does Champagne last? When talking about the shelf life of Champagne, it is essential to know if the wine is vintage or not and whether it's opened or not. Generally, vintage Champagnes have a 5 to 10-year shelf life, while non-vintage ones can last for 3 to 4 years. If you want to learn more about Champagne’s longevity and other useful information. Keep reading...

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