A fair warning for your next trip to the liquor store: Several states across the U.S. are still experiencing booze shortages related to COVID-19, and it's unclear when supply will be able to meet demand.
Oftentimes, research findings are written in “academic language” making it difficult to understand the practical uses of such findings. And, how would a lay person know if the research is good or not? And, what if there is no research available or very dated research?
In a survey of 3,400 millennials and Gen-Zers about their recent drinking habits and lifestyle choices, over two-thirds said they found heavy drinking culture to be boring.
At the height of dine-in restrictions, many restaurants switched to carryout and delivery to try to compensate for the loss of dine-in business. While they could parlay some dishes for off-site consumption, the question of selling alcoholic beverages to-go remained.
Anheuser-Busch has joined forces with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and Uber UBER -2.6% to target impaired driving in a just-launched new campaign.
Today the Center for Alcohol Policy (the Center) released a new white paper outlining the legislative history of open container laws in America...
Covid 19 came through like a hurricane, financially leveling and psychologically destroying the restaurant industry. It emptied our bank accounts and swept away our customers, staff, and our spirits.
Our pals at the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) sent a handy list of the most common errors they see in label approvals.
Now a staple at trendy restaurants, natural wine has been described as funky and unusual tasting. Some say it has similar flavors to cider. While it doesn’t suit everyone’s palette, natural wine has undeniably made its mark in the past decade.
Using proprietary data from Uber, a recent study from the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) found that ridesharing had a large negative impact on traffic fatalities and a larger impact on alcohol-related traffic fatalities.