A can-slinging app called Push for Beer has been launched which rewards top-scoring college students with free beer.
Gin is experiencing its most meaningful renaissance since it took off in the US in the 1920s. Find out which brands are ruling the roost in terms of global sales.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with a little good luck.
Rosé is showing signs of a real opportunity to push into higher price points as this booming category wins over Champagne drinkers and finds listings at top restaurants.
Robert Parker is offering a private lunch for 11 guests with him and 24 bottles from his cellar at a charity auction in Washington DC later this month.
Constellation Brands has reported a 24% increase to net sales in its 2015 end of year results, largely propelled by its Mexican beer business.
Bacardi has begun the process of firing around 80 of its 600 employees in North America, maintaining that “it is business as usual” at the company.
Four underage students had their spring break celebrations cut short after their cargo of nearly 2,000 cans of beer was confiscated by Alabama state police.
Worms are being used by scientists to try and pinpoint a gene that could make people more susceptible to alcoholism.
A budget Burgundy, “elegant” 2005 Rioja and an Israeli Cabernet from the owner of Château Lafite have been making the headlines this week.
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