Man pays $64k for shot of Macallan whisky
An entrepreneur bought a $64,000 shot of Macallan 64 Year Old single-malt whiskey in support of a Korean based charity.
Pacific wine agreement big win for Australia
An agreement by Pacific countries to standardise acceptable limits of chemical residue in wine could mean massive savings for Australian winemakers.
One of Hong Kong’s new craft breweries on the growing beer scene in the city and the development of a uniquely Hong Kong brewing style.
In the magazine
An advert encouraging pregnant women to refrain from drinking while pregnant has been criticised as “offensive and wrong”.
Hollywood superstar George Clooney seems to have his priorities straight when it comes to his wedding preparations – Tequila.
From beer bellies to beer goggles, db goes myth-busting with a look at the top tall tales associated with alcohol.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has reported a record turnover of £10.5 million – up 15% on last year and breaking through the £10m mark for the first time.
This week’s top 10 roundup features hop zealots, harvest-inspired ales and lagers designed to be enjoyed while sat on the couch.
One of the NFL’s biggest sponsors AB InBev has announced it is “concerned” with the way a high-profile domestic abuse case was handled.
the drinks business
With trading levels returning to normal after the summer break Liv-Ex sees reasons to be cheerful.
Following wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan’s sentencing last month, expert wine sleuth, Maureen Downey speaks out on fakes.
An unirrigated future may not be complete hell, discovers Chilean winemaker, Aurelio Montes.
Allan Sichel, managing director of Bordeaux-based négociant, Maison Sichel, on his biggest vices, campfires and funeral wines.