Now that summer is here, it's time to start planning get-togethers with friends. Instead of planning the same old summer get-togethers, take it to the next level and plan an event that your friends will always remember. If you and your friends enjoy a good beer, plan a fun tasting party. Here are four suggestions to help make this party a success.
Make it Intimate
When it comes to tasting parties, less is always more.
Coming home from work and winding down with a glass of wine can be a wonderful thing. It aids you in letting the stresses of the day slip away so you can relax and be at peace. If you're a wine lover, you likely have a particular type that best suits your fancy. Maybe it's a bold, red wine or a refreshing white version that you enjoy the most. However, as much as you might want to keep your favorite wine on hand, doing so could be starting to bust your budget.
If you are opening a restaurant, night club, or bar and are applying for an alcoholic beverage license, you'll need to make sure your employees are trained in identifying intoxicated patrons and minors, especially if you are in one of the states that hold establishments liable under a dram shop act. Here's why.
Your establishment is liable for injuries and/or deaths caused by intoxicated patrons
If one of your patrons leaves your establishment and causes a car accident that leads to the injuries and/or death of themselves or someone else, your establishment can be held liable as a proximate cause of the accident, particularly if the patron was visibly intoxicated and one of your employees sold or served them another alcoholic beverage.
Pairing chocolate with wine is such a nice delicacy to indulge in after dinner. Wine and chocolate especially make a great gift for a special occasion. However, it only works great if you pair it correctly. Here are four tips to help you pair the right chocolate with the right wine:
1. Choose a Slightly Sweet Wine: To keep this as simple as possible, you will want to choose a wine that is only slightly sweet compared to the chocolate.