Nine members of a criminal gang have been indicted over the theft of at least US$100,000 worth of Bourbon from top producers including Buffalo Trace and Wild Turkey.
A Canadian restaurant has received messages of “hate and threats” after it banned “small screaming children” from its premises.
It’s the start of the baseball season in the US and that means the start of fans catching – accidentally or otherwise – stray balls in their beer mugs.
A group of American home brewers has been given the green light to serve beer brewed using recycled sewage water.
The US Distilled Spirits Council today welcomed a new trade bill which it said would be “key to opening foreign markets to American spirits products.”
Two US bars that served three men past the point of intoxication, who then beat a 23-year-old man to death, have been ordered to pay damages of US$7 million.
Luxury wine and spirits producer Moët Hennessy, the drinks division of LVMH, is facing a trademark battle in California over its Chandon Délice sparkling wine brand.
A US brewery has delivered a “screw you” to AB InBev, creating the pumpkin peach ale that the global brewer used to mock craft beer in its divisive Superbowl ad.
Joseph Phelps, a pioneering force for Napa Valley’s wine industry and major philanthropist, has died at his home in St Helena aged 87.
American airlines are spending heavily on upping the quality of the wines they offer to their first class passengers according to Bloomberg.
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