A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
We touch them without asking, we police them, but most of all, we judge them.
He made a bet and now he's getting free beers for an entire year.
Now, he's helping other industry professionals.
Most of the crops that go into making beer will not survive extreme weather caused by global warming.
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Ting Su, co-founder of Eagle Rock Brewery and host of the event, now finds herself needing to raise money for a legal defense fund.
There are around 500 towns in America where alcohol is banned on some level, but these communities are the most unexpected of the bunch.
And now our only question is how did the Guinness get upside-down in the first place??
A collection of more than 7,000 grapevine varieties is a boon to vintners and scientists.
Why 23 newly appointed master sommeliers were stripped of their titles
So what if the NBA's greatest wine snob lets his 11- and 14-year-old sample $3,000 Cabs.
But also it kind of was?
The buyer called in his winning bid by phone.
We're taught from an early age that drinking is cool and glamorous. We have to learn for ourselves that it's not.
It's both a glorious sight and 8,000 gallons of Prosecco we'll never see again.
This is no run-of-the-mill storehouse for fancy juice.
It's a meal. It's a drink. It's perfection.
A bizarre pest from Asia is spreading fast and putting billions of dollars' worth of resources at risk.
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