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Insulted tequila makers are threatening to sue Heineken over its tequila-flavored beer

Tequila is for sipping, not shots—and certainly not for chugging out of a beer bottle with trace amounts of Mexico’s most famous export. At least that’s the stance of the country’s Tequila Regulatory Council, which is threatening to sue Heineken over its tequila-flavored beer Desperados, the… 248 more words

A holistic approach to F&B venues

I have just received and read an interesting article:

Serving up a great restaurant customer experience

To be honest, I do mostly agree with the article. 518 more words

A Glass of Grey

Anyone who has peeked in on the irregular posts in this insignificant corner of the internet has seen one of my occasional rants about dishonest wine gaining shelf-space, mouth-space, and head-space (see… 571 more words


World Wine Meetings Chicago 2017 Day One Recap


First vlog on one of the events I attend to find wonderful wines seeking representation in the Maryland/Washington D. C. market. Please forgive any quirks or mistakes—I am exhausted.


Advantages and Disadvantages of Butterfly Valve

Advantages and disadvantages of butterfly valve
Butterfly valve has the following advantages:
1 opening and closing fast and convenient, labor-saving, fluid resistance is small, you can often operate. 195 more words

Stainless Steel

drinktuition at WWM Chicago 2017

Clockwise from top-left: appointment tasting with a supplier, multiple floors of hungry wineries, regional tasting seminar

Monday morning I take a flight from Baltimore to Chicago for the World Wine Meetings at the Embassy Suites Downtown/Magnificent Mile. 265 more words


Paul Ryan Attacks Workers With Artificial Sweetener

House Speaker Paul Ryan continues to attack struggling American workers with a variety of artificial sweeteners widely common in diet beverages.

In addition to imposing a travel ban on the U.S. 160 more words