Welcome once again to the latest issue of “Something’s Brewing” November 2020 magazine which is edited by the very talented Amy Cutter.
I start this month’s catch up with the very sad news that Bryan Layton of Qualitasse has passed away on October 14th after a short illness. All of us connected with the BSA were very saddened to hear the news and we send our condolences to his family and all at Qualitasse.
Qualitasse was one of the founder members of the Beverage Services Association as it was formed, and he had remained a loyal member ever since.
I personally cannot wait to get back to the old normal as so much business is done by networking in person. I believe people still buy from people but, you can call me old school if you like. I know there have been some tremendous efforts to facilitate events in the virtual format and I congratulate these people for the skill and effort shown in looking at these events in a whole new way.
I really do hope that you enjoy this edition and please do feel to contact myself –firstname.lastname@example.org -or the editor – email@example.com – with any comments or stories for publication.
With 19 pages of news go ahead and dip in to “Something’s Brewing” November 2020 with the varied range of articles which include.
As well, there is the start of a four part series on Chinese teas. These articles will look in-depth at the development of tea in China and how they play an important part in an everyday drinking culture. Martyn Herriott writes about the Government’s Kickstart scheme and Amy Porter from Table Lane – www.tablelane.co – shows us how to make the most indulgent hot chocolate.