TEQUILA makers in Mexico are facing a crisis after agave shortages have thrown the industry into crisis.
Digital marketing can be a mind field in the drinks industry, but a new report suggests that distillers, brewers and winemakers alike should focus their efforts on Facebook more than any other platform.
During a debate on the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill 2015, Labour TD Alan Kelly issued a “word of caution” claiming some of the proposals would have an impact on the smaller producers and the craft brewers of Ireland.
The American wine industry generated almost $220 billion for the US economy last year, with sales of wine in the country increasing at an almost uniform annual rate.
A month after slapping bright red and yellow cancer warnings on bottles of wine, vodka and other tipple late last year, workers at the government-run liquor store in Whitehorse, Canada, took them all off again.
Perhaps it will be called Cannabeer. Whatever it’s called, according to Lauren Eads, the Drinksbusiness.com, Canada’s Province Brands (PB) “filed the provisional patent for the ‘world’s first beers brewed from the cannabis plant.’”
A new think tank initiative, thought to be a first for the drinks industry, has launched with an aim to “revolutionise” how brands and bartenders work together.
SEATTLE — Back Bar Project is growing its U.S. distribution network through a new multi-state deal with Breakthru Beverage Group’s Trident Division of emerging craft brands.
LONDON: Scientists have discovered the oldest beer-making facilities in Greece dating back to the Bronze Age, dispelling the notion that the ancient Greeks only indulged in wine.
Since the Supreme Court's 2005 Granholm v. Heald decision, more than a dozen additional states have legalized direct shipping by wineries to consumers.