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The food and beverage business is an ever-expanding arena with new trends emerging daily. Some brewpubs are getting creative by cooking with their beers, including beer infused apps, beer batters and hearty breads made from beer. Breweries needing to use up leftover seasonal beer stock might try adding it to a new recipe. Another popular trend in the food business are food trucks. Operating a food truck can have both challenges and benefits, and can be a great way for your business to get more exposure through mobile advertising! Choose your food truck location wisely, and consider accepting credit cards as well as cash. No matter which food and beverage business innovations you try next, be sure that your water heater needs are always covered of with Reliable Water Services. Our comprehensive service offers installation, around-the-clock access to repairs and great customer service for breweries, restaurants and more in Wisconsin and Indiana.

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Food and Beverage & Food Manufacturing, Industry News & Tips, Restaurants

Is Food Truck Culture Right For Your Restaurant?

The number of food trucks is on the rise and that’s a good sign for the restaurant industry as a whole.

The popularity of food trucks is soaring and shows no signs of slowing down. Budding chefs and restaurateurs once saw food trucks as a novel way to enter into the culinary industry without a brick and mortar investment. Now, even established eateries are embracing food trucks for a variety of reasons. Before you starting truck shopping or coming up with punny names for your menu, consider the benefits and the challenges of operating a food truck connected to your restaurant. Here’s what every restaurateur needs to know about the trend.

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Breweries & Craft Brewing, Food and Beverage & Food Manufacturing

Cooking with Beer 101

The next best thing to drinking beer? Cooking with it, of course!

German, Belgian and Irish heritages in the Midwest make it a common concept in the region, but the idea has spread to brewpubs and restaurants across the country. Ears perk up when they hear about a recipe influenced by beer. Not only does it give your restaurant a chance to experiment with new flavors (or your brewery a chance to test the food service waters), it can also be a good way to use up any seasonal beer stock your customers might not get around to drinking. You can find tons of excellent beer-based recipes online (start with the one at the end of this article, or find more here or here), or why not try making up your own concoction? Let’s look at some reasons why you might want to consider adding a few new beer-based recipes to your menu.

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