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The Femme Paradox
Fortunately, the plight of female oenophiles has improved since the second century A.D., when Roman women faced severe punishment for consuming alcohol. Yet gender associations remain embedded in ...
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Urban Renewal
Close your eyes and picture a winery. Maybe you see a stately chateau. Maybe a rustic barn, or perhaps a high-tech marvel nestled in a hillside. And no matter which scenario, you most certainly ca...
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Whiskey Express!
Producers have been tinkering with the spirits-aging process for about as long as distilled liquids have been stored in barrels. Techniques that have endured include using smaller barrels (which i...
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Bob Wiggans: The Toast of The WSWA
Bob Wiggans is the Senior Director of Membership for the Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA).  In that position, he is primarily responsible for the strategic direction and managem...
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John Minadakis: Famous ... The Old-Fashioned Way
Professional restaurateur, amateur wrestler and owner of Jimmy's Famous Seafood located in Dundalk, John Minadakis knows what it takes to be the best because he was recently named the best. But to h...
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The Maryland and Washington, DC Beverage Journals are the official trade magazines of the licensed beverage industries of said markets and have been for over 75 years. Subscribers consider the publication the "Bible" of the industry.

Who Reads the Beverage Journal?

The Members of the Licensed Beverage Industry.

Who are the Members of the Licensed Beverage Industry?

Owners and managers of Restaurants, Package Stores, Bars, Taverns, Night Clubs, Hotels, Private Clubs, Caterers … anyone with the license to sell Beer, Wine, and/or Liquor.

How many of the Members of the Industry receive The Beverage Journal Each Month?

Almost 6,000.