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Datassential Announces All-In-One Food & Beverage Intelligence Solution

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An unparalleled, 360-degree look at food and beverage trends
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HEE East Recap

Capes … Conversations … Crusades
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Show Some Spirit with Asian Spirits

Consumer awareness of Asian Whiskies is growing, but also the quality of the spirits from the region is gaining recognition – the term “Japanese Whisky” has grown over 400 percent on U.S. menus in the past four years, according to Datassential’s menu tracking tool MenuTrends. As many major Asian spirit brands trickle into the Western retail market and start appearing on U.S. menus, it’s critical for operators to understand the burgeoning category and avoid missing out on the growing trend.

Deep Into Cider-Space: Exploring a Whole Universe of Beverages

Demystifying Cider with an Educational Experience. “Cider is a culture,” says Ambrosia Borowski, General Manager at Chicago’s The Northman. “It’s a lifestyle, and it’s alive and well.”
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America’s Most-Loved Alcoholic Beverage Is …

  June 20th, 2017   |   By Mike Kostyo Beer is polarizing. More Americans (16 percent) drink beer on any given day than any other alcoholic beverage, and nearly a quarter of Americans say they absolutely love beer…

The Latest Research on Beer, Wine, Spirits & Cocktails

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What’s trending, what bars and restaurants are menuing, what consumers are drinking – and what they want to drink. March 28, 2016   |   By Mike Kostyo, Publications Manager at Datassential The drink menu has been anything…

Beer at Breakfast? Martinis in the Morning?

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The latest alcoholic beverage trends are taking their place on morning menus. It is said that Queen Elizabeth I – the monarch so frequently depicted in a starched, ruffled collar and thick, white makeup – awoke each morning to…

A Well-Rounded Beverage Menu

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The latest non-alcoholic beverage research from Datassential can help you keep up with the latest trends. By Maeve Webster & Mike Kostyo At New York’s Atera restaurant, servers prepare an elaborate drink tableside, sifting…

Variety is the Spice of Life

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By Maeve Webster For the over two decades that Boulder, Colorado’s Avery Brewing Company has been brewing beer, it has mostly been known for its brash, unapologetically in-your-face brews. The brewery has produced a wide variety of…