Johnnie Walker is hiding something. But the day may come soon when the scotch of international renown lets down its hair to reveal Jane Walker, the feminine counterpart to its Black Label whisky.
Guinness has created its first non-alcoholic lager which will be launched later this month.
With an ABV of 0.5%, Open Gate Pure Brew is the firm's first full flavoured, alcohol-free larger.
Spirits Europe has welcomed the “early ambition” displayed by the EU during Brexit negotiations, but re-emphasised the need for a “flexible” transition period.
You know you’re in Maotai when you smell it. The picturesque town of about 100,000 in southwestern China is home to the world’s most valuable liquor company -- and the soy-sauce-like scent of the Chinese grain alcohol baijiu, made by the eponymous Kweichow Moutai Co., permeates the main street.
With the sound of coughing and sneezing down every hallway, the symphony of cold and flu season has begun. Not sick enough to stay home from work, often people are desperate to find anything to help relieve the seasonal congestion.
he latest figures from HMRC have revealed that a total of 42 new distilleries were opened in the UK in 2017, bringing the total to 315 and representing a 127% rise in five years.
The so-called ‘gin-naissance’ and the craft cocktail boom is said to be behind the rise in the number of distilleries in the UK.
Australian winemakers fear a peace deal on the North American free trade agreement could drastically reduce their market share in Canada where they claim protectionist trade barriers are on the increase.
Industry leaders said Australia's move to challenge Canada through the World Trade Organisation was timely given the threat to their fourth biggest export market worth about $190 million a year.
The federal government's plan to hike excise taxes on beer every year will result in consumers paying more for the alcoholic beverage and business owners investing less in their operations, says an industry association fighting the change.
The state of the local wine industry continues to be strong with promises of good times for grape growers and stable winegrape prices heading into another year. But, as with all farming endeavors, industry experts last week inserted cautionary remarks in their presentations at the Sonoma County Winegrowers 27th annual Dollars and Sense seminar and tradeshow.