Adult Beverages

Top news and trends in play for beer, wine and spirits.

Adult Beverages

What Consumers Are Toasting With This Holiday Season

Both low/no-alcohol beverages and higher-end wine and spirits are trending as consumers embrace a return to more-normal holiday gatherings—and retailers are eager to meet consumers' thirst for an upgraded shopping experience.

Adult Beverages

Research Finds Adding CBD to Hard Seltzer Boosts Sales

A new study by consumer insights platform Veylinx finds that growth opportunities still remain in this hot adult beverage category.

Where alcohol delivery is allowed, DoorDash users looking for a particular beverage will be able to browse offerings from a variety of retailers and restaurants.

Online alcohol platform Drizly examines how consumers will shop for and consume adult beverages as a new normal emerges.

The "wine-as-a-service" company powering ship-to-home adult beverage sales for retailers has hired the former head of Kroger's Marketplace offering.

"I see it as my responsibility as a decision-maker to cater to the needs that I can see and amplify products from diverse suppliers that can fill those unique gaps for our customers," Freeman says.

For Walmart, building supplier diversity means helping smaller suppliers scale up. To bring Weathered Souls' Black Is Beautiful stout to store shelves, that included enlisting the help of eight other craft breweries.

The Lempert Report: Poll finds consumers are drinking more during the pandemic—and sometimes during the workday.

Distributors expect the category will continue to grow in 2021, but a flow of new brands could trigger a spill.

Consumers are more than ready to celebrate their favorite fall traditions, including watching college football on TV with the right refreshments.

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