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Drinks Trade Magazine Drinks Trade April May 2016 Back Issue

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This issue includes the second instalment of our special report, which takes a look behind the doors of one of Australia’s largest wine producers, Australian Vintage Limited, and its recognisable brands McGuigan, Tempus Two and Nepenthe. We also take a look at the latest arguments surrounding the ever-present WET rebate; Pinnacle Drinks opens up and reveals all in an exclusive interview; and legendary bartender Fred Siggins as well as industry stalwarts Michael Every and Nick Blair tell us about their new businesses. Features in this issue take a look at the Megabrands of the world's multi-billion beverage industry; everything Rum by Ken Gargett; Australia's top Brewpubs; Western Australian wine with Ray Jordan and our latest Fitness & Health feature. The Tasting Bench also reveals their pick of the best Chardonnays $20+ on the market, followed by all the latest product releases in beer, cider, spirits and wine.
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Drinks Trade

Drinks Trade April May 2016 This issue includes the second instalment of our special report, which takes a look behind the doors of one of Australia’s largest wine producers, Australian Vintage Limited, and its recognisable brands McGuigan, Tempus Two and Nepenthe. We also take a look at the latest arguments surrounding the ever-present WET rebate; Pinnacle Drinks opens up and reveals all in an exclusive interview; and legendary bartender Fred Siggins as well as industry stalwarts Michael Every and Nick Blair tell us about their new businesses. Features in this issue take a look at the Megabrands of the world's multi-billion beverage industry; everything Rum by Ken Gargett; Australia's top Brewpubs; Western Australian wine with Ray Jordan and our latest Fitness & Health feature. The Tasting Bench also reveals their pick of the best Chardonnays $20+ on the market, followed by all the latest product releases in beer, cider, spirits and wine.


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This issue includes the second instalment of our special report, which takes a look behind the doors of one of Australia’s largest wine producers, Australian Vintage Limited, and its recognisable brands McGuigan, Tempus Two and Nepenthe. We also take a look at the latest arguments surrounding the ever-present WET rebate; Pinnacle Drinks opens up and reveals all in an exclusive interview; and legendary bartender Fred Siggins as well as industry stalwarts Michael Every and Nick Blair tell us about their new businesses. Features in this issue take a look at the Megabrands of the world's multi-billion beverage industry; everything Rum by Ken Gargett; Australia's top Brewpubs; Western Australian wine with Ray Jordan and our latest Fitness & Health feature. The Tasting Bench also reveals their pick of the best Chardonnays $20+ on the market, followed by all the latest product releases in beer, cider, spirits and wine.
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Drinks Publications is a division of the Liquor Merchants Association of Australia Ltd [LMAA]. “drinks trade” follows and editorial policy of “business-first” and enjoys a reputation as one of the most widely read information sources for liquor industry professionals. The magazine provides relevant information across customer channels and product categories to ensure all those who work in the industry are kept informed and updated. The magazine is now the highest circulating liquor industry publication [officially audited by the Circulations Audit Bureau].
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