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Drinks Trade Magazine

6 issues per year View Reviews   |   Write Review • Australia’s highest circulating liquor industry magazine
• Genuine business content; unbiased editorial
• Unrivalled access to industry information

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].
In addition “drinks guide” is the “industry bible” for anyone working in the trade, supported by a comprehensive website with over 16,000 liquor products across all categories fully searchable.

“drinks yearbook” is an exclusive book highlighting all the key developments in the Australian Liquor Industry over a 12 month period.

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Drinks Trade  |  May/June  


In the May/June issue of drinks trade we meet Lyndsay Sharp, co-owner of a number of Victoria’s leading beverage brands including Flying Brick Cider, Leura Park Estate, Jack Rabbit Vineyard and Yes said the Seal wines. We also talk to Valérie Chapoulaud-Floquet, CEO of Rémy Cointreau, and look inside the newly opened KU DE TA Perth. Gin takes our focus in this issue as we explore the growth in the local industry and how distillers are using native botanicals, plus gins to try, gin bars and events. We also run through the top international beer and cider list, including those in craft, and reveal which cabernets and cabernet blends we selected in our recent tasting. If you’re looking for all the latest industry news, advice and product releases - this is the magazine for you.
• Australia’s highest circulating liquor industry magazine
• Genuine business content; unbiased editorial
• Unrivalled access to industry information

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].
In addition “drinks guide” is the “industry bible” for anyone working in the trade, supported by a comprehensive website with over 16,000 liquor products across all categories fully searchable.

“drinks yearbook” is an exclusive book highlighting all the key developments in the Australian Liquor Industry over a 12 month period.
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