From October 8 through 10, thousands of barmen and barwomen hailing from 79 countries filled Station Berlin in Germany for Bar Convent Berlin, the industry’s largest trade show. Every spirit, gear, and technique conceivable was on display. While we can’t share the tastes and aromas (still waiting for that smell-o-vision technology!), Neat Pour‘s Martin Corriveau snapped photos of all the action for those who couldn’t make it.
At 11am, the venue’s eight halls and Kühlhaus started to fill up…
Within an hour, Station Berlin was packed. Over three days, almost 15,000 (legal capacity) visitors from six continents packed the premises.
Maker’s Mark displayed their well-know whiskey in all stages of maturation.
Just in time for National Margarita Day on February 22, Hacha is launching a Mirror Margarita menu that aims to reframe the legendary libation. Like the first, crystal clear Mirror Margarita, the variations on the list surprise and delight the palate without the clutter and noise of excessive garnishes, flashy glasses, or even color.
Cocktail awards season starts a little earlier across the pond. On Tuesday (2.18.20), CLASS magazine crowned England’s drinks royalty at their annual awards ceremony. This year’s results notably featured an all female sweep of the major individual categories.
Tariffs might be driving European wine prices up in the US, but according to a new report, other factors will push the price of American wines down this year. Silicon Valley Bank (SVB)’s annual State of the US Wine Industry report predicted a glut of California and Oregon wines domestically… and a subsequent retail price drop.
By Neat Pour Staff