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.
Ice cream makers Ben & Jerry’s has teamed up with US craft brewer New Belgium Brewery to release a salted caramel brownie brown ale.
A conservation-conscious Chenin Blanc, “textbook” Côtes du Rhône and sprinkling of Hollywood stardust feature in this week’s roundup.
Lawyers for Rudy Kurniawan – the man sentenced to 10 years in prison for wine fraud in 2014 – have launched an appeal against his conviction that could prompt a retrial.
Rémy Cointreau has reported a modest return to growth as a strong end to its year and an “excellent performance” from the Americas saw the drinks group post an organic sales uplift of 0.6% for 2014/15.
Homaro Cantu, a “visionary” chef known for his use of chemical-laboratory techniques, has been found dead inside a brewery he was due to open.
Elysian co-founder and head brewer Dick Cantwell – widely regarded as a pioneer of US craft brewing – has resigned following the company’s acquisition by Anheuser Busch in January.
A can-slinging app called Push for Beer has been launched which rewards top-scoring college students with free beer.
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