Category Archives: Critic Reviews

January 31

Coca-Cola Offers New Products In Dry January Closing

Forbes Amy Barnes Did you take part in that fun little activity called Dry January where you didn’t participate in drinking alcohol or liquor for the beginning month of 2019? Well, if you said yes- or even no- Coca-Cola put out a new drink to raise the stakes of the challenge. Or maybe just to […]

January 30

Pepsi Throwing Shade To Coca-Cola?

11 Alive News Michael King Well if it hasn’t crossed your mind yet, it should now. As if there wasn’t anything follow-up disappointment aside from the fact that our Atlanta Falcons won’t be playing in this year’s Super Bowl, our favorite drink Coca-Cola won’t be hosting it either. PepsiCo has been the known sponsor of […]

January 29

Top Social Media Influencers In The Alcohol Industry

Seven Fifty Daily Julie Case Many may not believe in the power of persuasion when it comes to social media, and may take for granted the type of influence that online platforms can give to the most youthful generations. However, it may interest some to pay close attention because for some of the most loyal […]

January 26

Why You Won’t See Weed In The Super Bowl Ads

Wikileaf Anna Lucia Krupp Next week, Atlanta will host the biggest game of the football season, and we will all be witness not just to battling teams, but to performances, and most importantly, the commercials. Most popular would have to be anything with a drink like Pepsi and many, many beers. However, did you ever […]

January 26

THE STIL to Open Two New Locations This Year

Idaho Statesman Michael Deeds A Downtown Boise ice cream shop has gained enough popularity- nd money- to open not one, but TWO new locations for the new year. The STIL, which stands for the Sweetest Things In Life, had their first opening back in the summer of 2017 and have been had nonstop popularity ever […]

January 26

Singapore Lifts Ban of Adding Alcohol To Food Products

The Drink Business Natalie Wang Adding alcohol to food. Is it as appealing as it seems? Well, Singapore seems to believe so since they’ve recently lifted their ban on food products throughout their nation adding alcohol to their recipe. A statement was released just two weeks ago by the Ministry of Home Affairs after careful […]

January 26

State ID App Being Used For Buying Alcohol

KSLA NEWS 12 Kevin Foster Looks like some government officials are coming around on the modern technology side of money and personal documents. An app released back in May of last year has been accredited with allowing customers in Louisiana to use their digital identification card to buy alcohol and tobacco. The Louisiana Office of […]

January 23

State Revokes Liquor License of Downtown Liquor Store

Fox 17 West Michigan Bob Brenzing A slew of violations at downtown liquor store has put them in hot water, and possibly out of business for good. A store in Grand Rapids named Lucky’s Downtown Market had its license for liquor revoked just yesterday once the Michigan Liquor Control Commission board were informed of further […]

January 17

How The Government Shutdown Affects The Alcohol Industry

VinePair Cat Wolinski With the high possibility of Trump’s government shutdown headed into its third week, many must not consider the shutdown being capable of its effects on other industries. We know right away that the biggest specialties like the IRS and National Park Services are not expected to be working in full service, and […]

January 10

Why Drinking On A Plane Is Bad

SELF Korin Miller Two doctors were recently involved in an interview with Self.com in which they spoke on the effects of alcohol while on board commercial flights. Sanjay Kurani, M.D., medical director of inpatient medicine at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and assistant professor of medicine at Stanford University, and Carol Thelen, a family nurse […]