A US Senator has hit out against powdered alcohol, calling on food safety authorities to step in and ban the launch of the new product before it is approved for sale.
The death of a caretaker has ended criminal charges that he drank more than US$100,000 worth of whiskey stolen from his employer.
The US National Rifle Association has spoken against proposals to allow the sale of alcohol at gun shows warning it could have a “devastating impact”.
JRR Tolkien’s fantasy novel The Hobbit is to become the basis for a new range of beers set to be released in the US this month.
Promising journalists, bloggers and columnists are being called upon to enter the third annual Alan Lodge International Young Spirits Writer of the Year Award.
Winemakers in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California are assessing levels of smoke taint in their vineyards after a fire swept through the region earlier this month.
The man behind Treasury Wine Estates has called the company’s US venture a “nightmare from day one” urging whoever takes it over to sell it.
US archaeologists have discovered what could be the ancestor of Chianti’s famous wine style in the form of 500 waterlogged grape seeds.
Unique chemical characteristics could be used to identify the region of a wine, assess its quality and even help prevent fraud.
Tequila Herradura is inviting artists to transform its barrels into works of art as part of a project to raise $70,000 for charity.
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