Weekly Roundup | The Future of Direct Wine, LA Label Registration Update, and the Latest Consumer Trends

I hope you had time to unwind and re-energize yourself this weekend. The news roundup is here to help you greet the week. This edition provides a look at the possible future of direct wine sales, everything you need to know about LA label registrations, and new consumer trends. Come across something interesting I missed? Let me know in the comments. Enjoy your week!


Louisiana Label Registrations: Updates You Need to Know | Last week the Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control released details on their new process for license label registration. ShipCompliant

TTB Weekly News | This week’s newsletter includes changes to the TTB beer statistical release, an FDA rulemaking clarification, and an opportunity for comments on the new ITDS pilot project. TTB


Just What Is NPS and How Can It Change Your Business? | Our Net Promoter Score is how we determine our business success. Learn about this metric and what it can mean for your business. ShipCompliant

Yes, Powdered Alcohol is Real. It’s Already Banned in New York and At Least 20 Other States | Powdered alcohol isn’t even available on the open market yet, but 25 states have already acted to ban it either temporarily or outright. The Washington Post

Could Ship-to-Store Purchases be the Future of Direct Wine Sales? | Ship-to-store now attracts two in five US digital wine buyers. Wine Industry Insight


What’s the Next IPA? | Have a look at what market opportunity could be the next big thing in the beer industry. Brewers Association

10 Things You Need to Know About the Changing American Consumer | American households – and eating habits – are changing, and food marketers need to catch up. Food Navigator USA

New App Allows Users to ‘Visually Taste’ Spirits | A new ‘multi-sensory drinking experience’ app provides a new way to taste over 10,000 spirits without actually trying them. The Spirits Business


Sierra Nevada Launches Video game for New Beer | Old school video game created to help promote Octoberfest beer. Paste Magazine

This History of Happy Hour | Get the backstory on the best hour of the day. HubSpot


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