This is one of the most complicated photography sections and can be quite time consuming:
You might need some faked ice cubes, top up a special foam on several pints of beer at the same time, create drops around the wine
glassesor bottles to show the cooling effect, catch the moment of opening a bottle of champagne, freeze the bubbles / splashes with
fast lighting speedof flashlight, match contrast between light and dark bottles, make invisible transparent glass visible, add bubbles
to liquids (since they quickly disappear in natural aerated liquids), making dark liquids colourful. Retouching on drinks and bottles
can be quite time consuming. I produce drinks photography for adverts, editorial features and restaurant menus.