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Inventory for July 22nd, 2018

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Hi friends! This week we’ve got news in regards to plastic straws (surprise, they’re banned at all Marriott hotels worldwide), Pernod aims to eliminate long waits at the bar with their new smart technology, and Campari and Aperol both had a incredibly good year in terms of sales. Cheers!  Read more

INVENTORY FOR APRIL 29th, 2018

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It seems the UK government is trying to ban plastic straws by next year, the Maestro Salvatore Calabrese brings his cocktail game to the newly revamped Donovan bar, a bunch of lobbyists are calling for plain packaging on spirits products, and Hayman’s is calling for tighter regulations on gin. Cheers! Read more

Inventory for April 22nd, 2018

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We have news on this year’s Tales of the Cocktail, Punch looks at a hyperlocal cocktail bar, we get advice on how to manage bar staff, bourbon is apparently booming, and Imbibe takes a look at advocates for mental health in the bar industry. Cheers! Read more


INVENTORY FOR APRIL 15TH, 2018

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In this week’s Inventory, it feels like spring (at least here in Berlin) and there’s a new database showcasing a more diverse list of hospitality workers in the US, you can start boozing at Starbucks soon, the debate rages over cocktails on tap, orgeat variations abound, and the gender pay gap is real in the British bar industry. Cheers to that?  Read more

Inventory for April 8th, 2018

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Hiya pals! This week we got wind that Erik Lorincz is set to leave the American Bar after nearly eight years, Stella Artois recalls bottles across North America, New York gets its first sake brewery, brown spirits are all starting to taste the same, and Ryan Chetiyawardana and Danilo Tersigni debate Michelin stars for bars. Prost!  Read more

Inventory for April 1st, 2018

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Happy Easter weekend, folks! We have some good longreads today to keep you entertained during the four day weekend. BCB Brooklyn announces exhibitors, Bacardi bets on rum going upscale, Dave Broom launches a Kickstarter for a ‘Scotch-umentary,’ and the New York Times asks if blended Scotch still has a place in the modern bar.  Read more