Craft beer production in the US continued to rise in 2013, but not enough to prevent an overall drop in the beer market.
US scientists have found that Champagne kept at lower temperatures is less likely to develop a “browning” compound that turns wine bad.
A thirsty-thief made off with a truck full of Heineken beer while its driver was making a delivery.
A beer cellar built in 1886 before the advent of mechanical refrigeration has been listed on the US National Register of Historic Places.
Long Island’s oldest craft brewer, Blue Point, has been bought by AB InBev for US$24 million.
The world’s largest privately held spirits company has unveiled its ambitious plans to build a more sustainable future.
A grapeleaf-chomping weevil has been found by the US Customs and Border Protection Agency hidden in a shipment of Italian tiles.
Sherry almost made its way onto the menu of 1970s astronauts, but was pulled following a slew of complaints and because of the “awful stench” it caused in space.
The wine enthusiast is spoilt for choice when searching for a holiday that combines luxury accommodation with world-class wine tasting.
Recent cooler vintages in Napa have encouraged producers to look for restraint in their wines. But how much is the style change welcomed by French winemakers in the region?
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