Trade barriers for wines and craft beers between two Canadian provinces are to be removed.
Craft beer now accounts for 6% of the Canadian beer market as the craft brewing boom takes further chunks out of “big beer”.
A hot dog soaked in 100-year-old Louis XIII Cognac has been officially recognised as the world’s most expensive example of the fast food favourite.
A new piece of mind-reading tech could make pouring a beer by hand a thing of the past.
Canada’s wine industry could face new restrictions within its own borders, if a leaked EU trade deal turns out to be accurate.
A team of technologists are seeking funding to launch a pocket-size device capable of detecting whether a drink has been spiked.
The polar vortex in North America earlier this year has all but wiped out the Merlot crop in Niagara, with Sauvignon Blanc also severely affected.
KFC is to serve beer at two of its restaurants in Toronto in a bid to keep up with increasingly up market “fast-casual” chains.
The UK and Canadian markets are helping to create demand for Australian Malbec, according to Wolf Blass chief winemaker Chris Hatcher.
The Canadian Viticultural Association has announced a new project to produce an independent, online directory of Canada’s wineries.
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