Sip on This! 3 New Beverage Trends

Sip on This! 3 New Beverage Trends

By Kelsey Ogletree, October 17, 2016

Craft brews and locally sourced wine are great, but you can get more creative by incorporating more of-the-moment beverage trends. These three options will have event participants refilling their glasses.

Nitro Coffee

Think of the mouthfeel of beer, but in caffeinated (and nonalcoholic) form. Foamy, creamy, calorie-free, ice-cold and a little bubbly—that’s what nitro coffee is all about. You can find brands like Stumptown Coffee Roasters in cafes and restaurants around the country, but nitro coffee is also popping up at smaller shops, such as Amazing Glazed in Virginia Beach. Look for this trend, which has been flying under the radar the last couple of years, to go mainstream when Starbucks introduces the cold-brew bev at select locations.

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