The July issue of The Shout NZ is out now!

This year we were honoured to be the media partner of the 2021 NZ Spirits Awards, which rewards excellence in the local and international spirits industry.

With a record number of entries in this, its third year, the awards highlighted just how big our own spirits offering has become – with new distilleries, new styles and new brands popping up constantly.

The winners of the awards are a testament to the talent we have in this country and you can read all about them here.

Keeping in the spirit of things, Tash McGill delves into the spirit of the moment, gin, sharing a masterclass on gin styles and if you are looking to launch your own spirit, Sue James of Distilled Spirits Aotearoa, shares tips for doing so successfully – and appropriately here.

For the off-premise, Andrew Arnold from Shopper Intelligence details how to entice, excite and retain your customers. And insurance broker Dan Szegota explains the commonly available insurances for your liquor business. It may not be glamorous, but in these uncertain times insurance should be top of your list for securing the future of your business.

Plus we have a special report on canned wine – how has it evolved and is it taking off?

Just a final quick note from us regarding the distribution of The Shout NZ. We are committed to sustainability and the environment and our magazine is encased in polypropylene soft plastic film wrap which is fully recyclable. Please make sure you return it to designated soft plastic collection points for recycling.

Read the full issue of The Shout NZ below.

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