How drinking could change post-pandemic

14th July, 2020 by Lauren Eads

As bars and pubs across the world reopen with safety measures in place, we look at how the Covid-19 crisis could affect the way consumers drink for the unforeseeable future.

Many bartenders must now serve drinks with a face covering on

With the re-opening of bars and pubs across the UK, and many other countries since emerging from lockdown, we have entered a new era in hospitality.

The pre-Covid-19 days of crowded bars and shared sips of your companions’ cocktails are now a weirdly distant memory. A lot has changed, and the industry will have to continue to adapt to keep one step ahead of the coronavirus in the future, but it is possible.

Tough times undoubtedly lay ahead, but on-trade venues are taking all measures available in order to safely welcome punters back. But there is no doubt that the global Covid-19 pandemic will have a lasting impact on the trade with the way we drink forever altered.

Click through for some of the ways that you can expect drinking to change post-pandemic.

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