US craft brewers are increasingly finding themselves in legal disputes as the huge volume of craft beers means many are using similar names and designs.
After the inevitable Christmas splurge, US wine writers offer up a bargain grand cru Champagne and a $10 magnum of 2010 Côtes du Rhône.
The first roundup of the new year, this week we find all manner of winter-warmers and unique styles – plus one reviewer’s top pick of all time.
A US brewery has been forced to apologise for using a robot-like image of Mahatma Gandhi on one of its beers.
Wealthy Asians are broadening their search for wine estates, driving major price hikes in regions such as Sonoma, Hawke’s Bay and Barossa Valley.
Acker Merrall & Condit is to auction the personal collection of American importer Martine Saunier in Hong Kong this month.
A US dad named Jack Daniels has called his first son Jim Beam, continuing a family tradition for naming children after whiskey brand names.
Pernod Ricard has sold its Caribe wine cooler brand to Grupo Bepensa as part of a strategy to focus on its spirits and wine brands.
Heavy metal band Anthrax have released a limited edition single barrel Bourbon named after one of their hits.
Hirsute hipsters tired of getting the froth from their ironic craft beers in their luxuriant facial hair can now protect it with a “whisker dam”.
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