Norwhey hard seltzer

Tell Me Whey: Dairy Hard Seltzer Developed by Cornell Scientist

Norwhey, a Nordic-inspired hard seltzer made from a byproduct of yogurt, is “light, tart, with a little bit of fruitiness,” according to inventor Sam...

Hotels Welcome Canned Cocktails without Reservations

The hotel industry is embracing canned cocktails as a savvy post-pandemic alternative to made-to-order drinks. Cambria Hotels and Marriott both recently reported that ready-to-drink (RTD) cocktails are checking in and it appears the canned beverages are planning for an extended stay.

Truly Announces Location of Taproom #1

Truly Hard Seltzer has revealed that its first taproom will be located in Los Angeles with an opening date in early 2022.

Coming Soon: Great Lakes Agave Twist Ranch Water

Great Lakes Brewing Company (GLBC) is the latest craft beer darling to make a move Beyond Beer and into hard seltzer.

Dallas Cowboys and Molson Coors are a Winning Team

The Dallas Cowboys and Molson Coors will continue their 30 year collaboration. During a ribbon cutting event for AT&T Stadium’s new Miller Lite House last week, the duo announced a 10-year extension of their iconic partnership.

Kové Launches Hard Yerba Mate and New Taproom

Kové, launched in May of 2021, might be new to the ready-to-drink (RTD) scene but the brand is steeped in centuries of tradition.

A Brewery from Down Under Invents Hard Seltzer Dispenser

Moon Dog’s new drink dispensing system allows venues to offer the brewery’s line of alcoholic bubbly water, Fizzer, without taking up precious tap space allocated to draft beers and ciders.

Hard Seltzer Brands Scramble to Fill On-Premise Pipeline

As bars and restaurants are permitted to re-open and return to capacity, what will the supply chain look like?

LiveWire Launches Another Creative Canned Cocktail

LiveWire Cocktail Company just announced a new canned cocktail in its ready-to-drink (RTD) line - the Rocket Queen.
Old Bar Habits

Post-Pandemic Bars Shed Old Habits, Embrace Canned Cocktails

As cities and states begin to ease pandemic restrictions, bars and restaurants across the country find themselves navigating uncharted waters. The world has changed dramatically over the past year and so have consumer drinking habits.

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