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Back to Basics: Rum 101
Everyone loves a good tropical drink—be it at a tiki bar, on a Caribbean cruise or at some island resort. Sweet and cold, yet refreshing. The real star of this lush liquid genre, is rum. Though it c...
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Carl Nolet Jr.... Why Ketel One Should Be Number One
  Carl Nolet Jr. is part of the 11th generation of the Nolet family, makers of the ultra-premium Ketel One Vodka at the historic Notel Distillery in the Netherlands.  His official title i...
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Will Glass: Going Green at TAPS Fill Station
Sitting in the Mt. Vernon Marketplace is a sensory experience. Between the noises, smells, and sights the variety of vendors offer a cornucopia of different tastes and experiences. This open-air war...
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Rye’s the Limit
Demand is not a problem. It seems that no matter what hits the shelves, it sells. It’s an enviable position for any spirit, and it encapsulates the unrivaled comeback tale of rye whiskey. Accordin...
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Cachaça’s Third Wave
  Will the third wave of Cachaça be the one that finally establishes the Brazilian spirit as a respected category in the U.S.? With the international media and sports attention focused on t...
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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.