Associate Member Viewpoint: Retail Data and Insights Unlock a Reimagined, Agile BevAlc Supply Chain
Out-of-stocks in the BevAlc industry have become a more common occurrence in recent years. The industry has been plagued with labor and packaging shortages, there is a lack of visibility into retail inventory data across the three tiers of the supply chain, and traditional straight-line forecasting is based primarily on distributor sales to retail from the previous year. None of this works well to support today’s highly unpredictable and fast-changing consumer demands.View Blog Article
NBWA’s Kim McKinnish interview with NBC News about BREW
Over the course of her 25-year career in the beer and alcohol industry, Heineken USA’s CEO Maggie Timoney has often been the only woman in the room while rising the ranks of the alcoholic beverage industry.View Blog Article
Baltimore Business Journal: Family-Owned Business Awards 2021: Bond Distributing Co.
Ronnie Footlick credits her mother, Tillie Borow, as the visionary who created Bond Distributing Co. Sure, her father, Robert Borow — whom she called "the consummate salesman " — gets much of the credit. But she said her mother was the person who convinced him that he wouldn't go far at the Pabst Brewing Co. in Philadelphia. He had worked there for 14 years without a promotion.View Blog Article
In the spirit of the holidays, New Hampshire Beer Distributors team up with the New Hampshire Lodging & Restaurant Association to provide groceries to New Hampshire hospitality workers in need.
The Beer Distributors Association of New Hampshire (BDNH), in partnership with Anheuser Busch, Molson Coors, and the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA), is donating $5,000 in local grocery gift cards to the New Hampshire Hospitality Employee Relief Fund (NHHERF). The Fund, which was launched in March 2020, offers grants to hospitality industry employees who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.View Blog Article
COVID-19’s Impact on the Beer Industry
Across the country, COVID-19’s impact on the beverage alcohol industry has been overwhelming since mid-March of 2020. From on-premise shutdowns to supply chain challenges, the beer market is seeing significant disruptions. Below are several trends and patterns that the beer industry is explicitly experiencing.View Blog Article