The holidays are just around the corner. It's time to get your liquor store filled with the gift-giving spirit. The holidays are the perfect time to bolster your annual sells. Here are several ways you can improve your sales during the holiday season. 1. Avoid the Holiday Rush When it comes to preparing your liquor store for the holiday season, it's best to avoid last minute planning. Many people begin doing their holiday shopping weeks and even months in advance.
- Sure, Americans drink craft wine, beer, and other alcoholic beverages, but if you drink only American products, you are missing out. You should explore more of the available liquor selections from around the globe. Not only will you gain a new appreciation for how the rest of the world crafts adult beverages, but you may also find something you really like. You should try all of the following beverages the next time you visit a liquor company like HWC.
- If you are opening a restaurant in the state of New York -- and you plan to serve alcoholic beverages -- that it's important that you're aware of the liquor laws that govern the sale and distribution of alcohol in this state. New York's liquor laws are not nearly as restrictive as those in some states, but they do impact what you can and cannot do as a restaurant owner. Here's a look at four laws, in particular, that you'll need to follow.
- If you and your spouse-to-be are wine lovers, hosting a wine tasting-themed wedding reception may be something you can both agree on. Inspired by elegant wineries in charming vineyards, the event will have both a sophisticated-yet-casual feel. Wine-inspired wedding receptions are ideal if you don't live near a winery and don't have the budget to host a destination event. Instead of going to a vineyard, you'll be able to bring it to you via the right event space, decorations and food and beverage selections.
- Wine is a peculiar beverage. It starts out as grapes. Could you eat these grapes if they were not meant for wine? Could you make wine from grapes you eat? Where does vinegar come in? If you have questions like these, then the following information is just right for you. Yes, You Can Eat Wine Grapes Yes, you can eat wine grapes, except for for the grapes that make Sauterne wine.