Are Maine Tasting Rooms Giving Bars A Run For Their Money?
Thanks to the craft beer boom in the Pine Tree State, more tasting rooms are becoming all the rage and could be giving the traditional bar room a run for their money.
According to maine.eater.com, if you travel to different towns throughout the state, you'll find tasting rooms are a friendly and experimental atmosphere with many taps on hand for you to taste the latest brew.
Because of the high price in rent, the traditional liquor store is forced on margin and volume. It's just the way it is. However, 'tasting rooms' are seeking to change that which is beneficial for them and the customer.
Here's how it works. When you sign up for a Tasting Room, the company will send you a six-bottle testing kit. Once you log into the site, you will be lead on how to taste each wine, thus pitting one bottle against the other.
It's sort of like how you view movies today. Long gone are the days of going into a big building and renting a movie. You're paying for their lights, rent, overhead and other costs. If you want to rent a movie in 2017, you either go to Red Box, Netflix or Amazon.
Tasting Rooms are all about satisfaction guaranteed! If there is a wine you don't like, they'll either give you a credit or replace it. For just under $10 a month, that's not a bad deal. They also have a 'wine profile' which helps you with your selection.
Many Millennials are going for the Tasting Rooms because it's cheaper and it gives them a different experience for themselves and the guests they have over.
There are many deals on the internet if you're looking to check out any of these testing rooms. If you happen to try it out, tell us about it in the comments section below.