Industry observers and consumers see what some wine retailers fail to: Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods spells doom for small-scale wine shops.
The beer Olympics are dead. Welcome to the beer Masters.
Who gets to wear a shirt that says "Margaritas made me do it"?
Apparently, non-alcoholic cocktails are something people want now more than ever.
Could it be that a dictator who opposed all forms of political freedom and killed, tortured, and exiled his opposition, would end up implementing market conditions for a flourishing wine industry?
Each year, a number of daring publications venture the rather interesting question, “Have we hit peak rosé?” only to provide the thrilling answer, which I will summarize for you here: No.
The battle between the Wagner family and their neighbors could be a sign of clashes to come as cannabis becomes a legal crop in more states. Wine producers fear for their grapes if weed grows nearby; weed growers say those fears are unfounded.
The history of the enduringly popular summer gin cocktail.
This much effort all for some Jäger Bombs? These thirsty patrons better leave a nice tip.
"Five years ago, it would have been impossible to imagine French winemakers going to England to be a part of a new wave, a new movement, and yet here we are."
This look like more fun than a lot of the dates we've been on, to be honest.
Even more moderate drinkers are still consuming enough to increase their risk of cancer.
The Fourth of July is the one day of summer when we can give in and celebrate the excess and campiness and nostalgia that goes along with drinking outside in America in the summertime.
Andrew Rea walks through a host of recipes including the White Russian from "The Big Lebowski," the Vesper from "Casino Royal," the French 75 from "Casablanca" and finally a hangover elixir from "How I Met Your Mother."
As humanity expands to become a multi-planetary species, some important questions must be considered: Can we bring cats? What about dogs? Also, can we make wine in space?
"I’m late to the game, but Frosé should’ve been abandoned in the test kitchen where it hatched."
Booze and drugs aren't the only things that cause hangovers — heartbreak and general bad decisions can do that too. But we're pretty sure good friends can cure anything.
Before you blame that glass of red for your hangover, you might want to look to that can of gravy, bag of dried fruit, or pre-made soup first.
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Who among us hasn't risked their fingers to save a few bucks on a bit of booze?
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