Michelin-starred New York chef Daniel Burns has claimed the “spectrum of flavour” in beer makes it better-suited than wine for pairing with cheese.
The IWSR has predicted that sparkling wine is to be the “next big thing” in Hong Kong and the future remains positive even after the first year of decline since 2008.
Cîroc Vodka has been named as the official vodka of the Grammy Awards after it signed a “multi-year” partnership with the music event.
A surprisingly vibrant Trebbiano, 10 year aged tawny and a Riesling bursting with “citrus, apricot, jasmine and honeysuckle” make this week’s roundup.
The craft-beer universe is seriously out-of-sorts over Budweiser’s “proud to be a macro beer” commercial that aired on the SuperBowl.
NBA All-Star Tim Duncan is suing the founder of wine investment firm Terroir Capital over claims he was misled on investments for nearly two decades.
US President Barack Obama got a bashing on Twitter after he committed an apparently inexcusable blunder – raising his pinkie while sipping a beer.
MillerCoors has installed the biggest collection of solar panels in US brewing history, powering the production of seven million cases of beer annually.
A US Ivy League college has banned its students from drinking or possessing hard alcohol on campus in a bid to boost its beleaguered reputation.
A university professor in Iowa has created an “intelligent” vodka that promises to reduce hangovers by harnessing ozone to create a purer product.
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