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How to Create a Beer Garden in Your Bar or Restaurant

Beer gardens came about in the 18th century as the result of one of life’s happiest accidents. German beer brewers began planting gardens on their rooftops because they found it to be an effective method for keeping the temperature cool enough for their brews to ferment. Soon, some of the more enterprising brewers found it profitable to begin serving beer in those gardens, and the concept has been booming ever since.

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The 3 Top Beer Trends of 2012 (so far)

To wrap up our week of beer at FSW, we wanted to touch on the sudsy trends that are gaining steam around the country. Could your bar or restaurant benefit from any of the following? Fast Food = Fast Beer Is your quick-serve restaurant missing out on an entire profit category? If your location has the ability to obtain a liquor license, then you could be cashing in ...

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Three Cheers for Beer!

This week, it's all about beer. And around here, we really enjoy all of our frothy options. With over 139 established breweries in FSW's home state of Colorado, it's kind of hard to not like. Perhaps that's what inspired the many articles, videos, tips and product reviews we've written about all things our favored frothy beverage. We've started from the basics on ...

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Promoting Craft Beer in Your Bar

Craft beer sales are on the rise and show no signs of abating. In 2011 overall U.S. beer sales declined by one percent, while craft beer sales rose by five percent (source). This is in keeping with the growing trend that favors going local, and bar operators would be wise to add some craft beers to the menu if they haven't already done so. Adding local beers is a ...

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The Right Glass for the Right Beer – It Matters!

Just like fine dining, drinking beer is enhanced by excellent presentation, superior service and proper supplies. Choosing the right beer glassware enhances both taste and aroma, and this can make a big difference in the drinking experience. Though typically made for champagne, flute style glasses help maintain carbonation and enhance lighter, fruity flavors such ...

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