Good grief, if the customer wants to buy it, then why not stock it? In ‘Dry January’ I’m having a rant about low / no alcohol beers in pubs / restaurants.

With more and more people opting to drink less and the general drive to get people to drink less alcohol, you would think that pubs, restaurants, etc would seize the opportunity to stock a good range of alcohol-free or low-alcohol beers, wouldn’t you? But instead – in my experience – they stock some of the worst varieties (and usually only one variety), if they stock low-alcohol beer or lager at all. I just don’t get it. Continue reading “Good grief, if the customer wants to buy it, then why not stock it? In ‘Dry January’ I’m having a rant about low / no alcohol beers in pubs / restaurants.”

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