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2013-07-09 23:23:57

Henry Stephenson, Managing Director at Catering Equipment Specialist, Stephensons, discusses tableware and glassware, assessing the best choices for your bar, and how these can be used to enhance your food and drinks offering. (PRWEB) July 09, 2013 “Choosing tableware for your bar is an important decision. The right choice can heighten your customers' experience and set the ambiance for the dining experience, therefore it is crucial the tableware meets your financial, practical and...

2012-02-09 11:24:52

Champagne just isn't champagne without its bubbles, and a study highlights the effects that champagne glass shape and temperature can have on carbonation upon serving and the drinking experience. The full report is published Feb. 8 in the open access journal PLoS ONE. The researchers, led by Gerard Liger-Belair (GSMA), Guillaume Polidori (GRESPI) and Clara Cilindre (URVVC) of the University of Reims in France, studied the gaseous carbon dioxide and ethanol in the space above the champagne...

2009-08-24 12:58:24

The British Home Office has convened a team of designers to create an alternative to the traditional pint glass for beer in pubs. Home Office officials said the designers have been charged with creating several new drinking vessels within four months as alternatives to the traditional pint glass, which has been linked to a growing number of injuries in violent incidents at pubs, The Times of London reported Monday. Sebastian Conran, head of the Home Office's Design and Technology Alliance...


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