Alcohol Drinks

Lemon drinks take a bigger share of the alcohol market

[ad_1] Lemon-flavored alcoholic beverages quickly filled the void in the Japanese market created by the decrease in thirst for beer among young consumers. Beverage makers are rushing to launch ready-to-drink lemon products, such as shochu mixed with canned “chuhai” soda, which can be consumed without being diluted with soda water …

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Piqua opens an outdoor bar today

[ad_1] “The aim of establishing a DORA in downtown Piqua is to promote the attractiveness of visiting or living in a pedestrian and attractive downtown environment. Piqua’s DORA will effectively expand outdoor seating areas for food establishments licensed to sell alcohol and aims to excite additional activity in downtown Piqua …

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Why soft drinks are growing in popularity

[ad_1] The world of beverages is undergoing a non-alcoholic revolution. After gaining momentum over the past two years, interest in and consumption of non-alcoholic beverages continues to increase. Whatever the reason, whether driven by a desire to lead a healthier lifestyle, informed by the situation, or inspired by a taste …

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Breaking West Virginia’s New Sunday Liquor Law

[ad_1] CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – The 2020 Senate Bill went into effect Wednesday, which means customers in Mountain State can legally purchase alcohol as early as 6 a.m. on Sunday. Gig Robinson of the West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration says the idea behind the new law is to make …

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Lee-Fendall House tells the story of the cocktail

[ad_1] Alexandria, Virginia – The Lee-Fendall House Museum celebrated the origins and history of the humble yet powerful cocktail at a fun event over the weekend called Cocktail Chronicles, which focused on the golden age of the cocktail, from the 1860s to the 1920s. The event included a silent auction …

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Christy Carlson Romano talks about binge drinking

[ad_1] Former Disney star Christy Carlson Romano talks about the alcohol that “almost ruined” her life after the end of “Even Stevens” in 2003. In a Youtube video Posted on her channel on Tuesday, Romano, 37, revealed she started drinking excessively at the age of 16 to help cope with …

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Increase the federal excise tax on alcohol

[ad_1] To help pay for a proposed $ 3.5 trillion spending package, some congressional Democrats have suggested increasing the current tax on cigarettes and other products containing nicotine. It is promising to see a willingness to use the necessary income measures to reduce demand for products that generate huge social …

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Notes from the Planning Commission: September 15 meeting

[ad_1] All the commissioners were present. Beer world: The conditional use permit application for a Type 47 ABC (Alcoholic Beverage Control) license by Bijalkumar Patel & Dhaval Panchal and property owner Carlo Terranova was continued until November 17 at the request of the applicant. The CUP approval would allow “World …

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Call for companies to support a conference warning of the dangers of alcohol consumption in the workplace

[ad_1] Jane Mackenzie with a picture of her daughter Amy Liebich Share this Shrewsbury, founded by former Mayor Jane Mackenzie, is hosting a groundbreaking two-day international conference “Alcohol – Sharing the Truth” on November 18-19. She said, “We invite our wonderful local businesses to join us in tackling the surge …

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Editorial: The deadly drink | Opinion

[ad_1] We have spoken out against the scourge of methamphetamine use many times on this page and will do so again. It’s a devilish concoction. But it’s a more traditionally acceptable substance that we’re focusing on this time around. Alcohol can be a social lubricant, a relaxing hat at the …

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Alcohol tax revenues increase during pandemic

[ad_1] Tax Facts by the Wisconsin Policy Forum State excise tax revenue from the sale of alcoholic beverages increased nearly 17% in fiscal 2021, an annual increase that exceeds any seen for nearly five decades in Wisconsin. While the impact of the pandemic on alcohol use is difficult to assess, …

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Friday Sip: a new world of alcohol-free options

[ad_1] Looking to relax and enjoy the last days of summer with something alcohol-free? There has been a real transformation in the world of soft drinks. Craftsmen, mixologists and scientists have gone far beyond sweet “fake wines” and watery non-alcoholic beers. There is now a plentiful selection of zero-proof drinks …

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Pennsylvania liquor stores just introduced a 2-bottle limit for certain liquor. Here are which bottles are affected.

[ad_1] Fans of premium bubble and spirits brands like Blanton’s, Dom Pérignon, Moët & Chandon, Patrón and Veuve Clicquot might be disappointed in Pennsylvania from Friday the 17th. Citing shortages and supply chain issues, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board began rationing sales of 42 products to two bottles per day …

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Is verapamil effective in preventing migraine?

[ad_1] More … than 4 million people suffer from chronic migraine – having 15 or more migraine days per month. Verapamil is not a primary option for the treatment or prevention of migraine. There are more effective treatment and prevention options, and a doctor is unlikely to prescribe this migraine …

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A new “sober curious” generation reinvents the culture of alcohol consumption in Australia

[ad_1] Generational shifts are transforming the culture of drinking, as a growing number of Australians explore the ‘curious sober’ movement. Global sales of non-alcoholic beverages are increasing and Australian brands are embarking on the adventure. “We wanted to be the alternative and provide something that could hold up,” said Yolanda …

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Sanaa Lathan reveals she quit drinking three years ago

[ad_1] Three years after deciding to quit drinking alcohol, Sara Lathan has spoken candidly about her sobriety, sharing that her previous lifestyle “just didn’t work.” The 49-year-old “Love & Basketball” star explained in a new interview that she felt healthier overall after putting the bottle down. “Alcohol was not doing …

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Five gluten-free cocktails with Bombay Sapphire Gin

[ad_1] Celiac.com 7/23/2021 – Even with a clear statement from the FDA that all distilled alcohol is gluten free, we still get a lot of questions about alcohol and cocktails. Specifically, which brands of alcohol and cocktails are gluten-free. We especially get a lot of questions about gluten-free cocktails with …

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RTD alcoholic beverage market in 2021

RDT alcoholic beverages The RTD alcoholic beverage market was worth US $ 26,447.9 million in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.6% during the forecast period 2019 – 2027, to represent US $ 39,428.9 million of ‘by 2027. RTD alcoholic beverages have been gaining popularity in …

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New Law to Reshape Liquor Sales at NM »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. A new law that comes into effect today, July 1, prohibits the sale of miniature liquor bottles in convenience stores and liquor stores, among other changes. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis / …

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Alcohol sales increase ahead of July 4th weekend

MARQUETTE, Michigan (WLUC) – As the weather warms, people are looking to cool off this Independence Day weekend with their favorite drink. Alcohol sales are increasing in the United States, including the Upper Peninsula. Everyday Wines in Marquette says it has already been a busy week. “We absolutely see an …

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CRUDE Media celebrates 10 years of zine

[ad_1] A ‘zine is a small magazine with a circulation limited to 1,000 copies or less. Often xeroxed and assembled by hand, “zines” have served as an alternative means of communication and sharing. “Zines are rooted in a true ‘do it yourself’ philosophy, often with hand-drawn elements sharing personal stories. …

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creative methods for social research under confinement

[ad_1] Zine making has been a useful method for authors to engage with study participants during the pandemic.Credit: Ash Watson We are members of a social science lab in Sydney, Australia, and collectively we research how social factors, such as gender or education, affect health and how people integrate digital …

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Book4Time secures Serent Capital’s growth investment for expansion and innovation

[ad_1] /// Book4Time, a cloud-based business management solution for the global hospitality, spa and wellness industry, received significant growth investment from Serent Capital, a company focused on growth that invests in technology and technology service companies. Founded in 2004, Book4Time manages the end-to-end customer experience – from reservations and inventory …

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Supplement ingredients to manage muscle damage and pain

[ad_1] Muscle aches can hinder training and competition. While the effective use of specific supplements can help athletes get back into the game, these products should be developed with caution. Tart cherries, curcumin, omega-3 fatty acids, methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), enzymes, amino acids, and CBD are popular nutritional approaches for products that …

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How To Get Free Digital Magazines From Your Library

[ad_1] RBdigital is the gateway to free digital magazines in your library. RBdigital / Screenshot by Rick Broida / CNET Public libraries are so great. (Thank you, Ben Franklin!) They allow you to borrow not only physical books, but also digital content like eBooks, audiobooks and – surprise, surprise! – …

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5 zines that are more than pretty pictures

[ad_1] What makes a zine different from a magazine? Magazines are commercial, whereas zines are, well, quite the opposite. Despite the slow death of print that lingers over so many legacy publications, zine culture is surprisingly flourishing today. In popular culture, however, zines are sometimes criticized for their lack of …

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