Constellation Brands has reported a 24% increase to net sales in its 2015 end of year results, largely propelled by its Mexican beer business.
Bacardi has begun the process of firing around 80 of its 600 employees in North America, maintaining that “it is business as usual” at the company.
Four underage students had their spring break celebrations cut short after their cargo of nearly 2,000 cans of beer was confiscated by Alabama state police.
Worms are being used by scientists to try and pinpoint a gene that could make people more susceptible to alcoholism.
A budget Burgundy, “elegant” 2005 Rioja and an Israeli Cabernet from the owner of Château Lafite have been making the headlines this week.
As this years Masters tees off on Thursday, the legions of golf fans descending on the Augusta National course will be pleased by the reasonable beer prices.
A chart produced in 1974 by the US Forest Service on how to construct cocktails has bizarrely ended up in the US National Archives.
The Brewers Association has released its annual list of the biggest US craft brewers, with a newcomer knocking the Boston Beer Co. off the top spot.
You would be lucky to find one pearl in an oyster, but one diner discovered 50 while dining at a restaurant in Tennessee.
US auction house Hart Davis Hart has hailed “outstanding” results at its “Celebration of Burgundy” sale that was held in Chicago last month.
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