Jack Daniel’s has defended itself against claims “chemical substances not common to whiskey” had been found in its Tennessee Honey Liqueur.
Cognac’s annual “La Part Des Anges” charity auction, which features rare, highly collectible expressions, will open to online bidders for the first time this year.
Those who hold strong religious beliefs are more likely to be aggressive when drunk, according to a recent study.
The titans of the spirits world battle it out for a spot in the top 10, as we count down the biggest brands of 2014 by volume.
The Royal Navy has taken steps to curb “excessive drinking” after a fatal shooting on board a submarine.
The cheeky cork behinds of two women make a pert appearance in this week’s round up, while the Great British Beer Festival kicks off in Kensington.
An alcohol delivery app has teamed up with an underwear company to offer a raunchy bespoke drinks service.
A 200-year-old bottle of gin has been recovered from the wreckage of a sailing ship in Poland.
The UK’s newest gin distillery, which claims to be the most northerly on mainland Britain, is due to begin production next week
Russian authorities have banned imports of Ukraine’s alcohol products, ramping up drinks industry fears over the continued crisis.
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