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.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM - The Kerala State Beverages Corporation (KSBC) will soon install bottled alcohol and beer vending machines near select outlets. H. Venkatesh, KSBC chief, said the move would do away with long queues in front of liquor shops.
FAIRBANKS — A bill aimed at letting alcohol distilleries continue mixing cocktails drew heavy public support at a hearing Saturday in Juneau.
When Tomas Josas and his business partner named their company "Prohibicija" (prohibition), little did he know that the irony would soon backfire.
With a history dating back over three centuries, South Africa's world-renowned wine industry has long been the domain of generations of just a few elite white families. But the emergence of a crop of new black players such as winemaker and owner of Aslina Wines, Ntsiki Biyela, is changing the makeup of the industry that is among the world's top 10 wine producers.
Irish drinkers are easing off on the booze, a study revealed on Tuesday. Researchers found three quarters of us are “much more aware” of the dangers of over indulging – a 6% increase on last January.
Cannabis will be sold at only nine Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation stores when the drug is officially legalized in July, the province announced Tuesday. Pot will be sold at four outlets in the Halifax area and at stores in Amherst, Truro, New Glasgow, Sydney River, and Yarmouth, Justice Minister Mark Furey said.
Projects across Scotland which fight alcohol misuse have received funding from whisky bosses. The fourth round of the Scotch Whisky Action Fund is set to benefit 14 organisations.
The P.E.I. government has withdrawn a liquor inspector's warning to a Charlottetown restaurant last week. And the province's finance minister says the restaurant, My Plum, My Duck, is free once again to serve a fermented tea, kombucha, produced by a local Island company.
The growing clamor for prohibition from some Indian states, the recent government policies like the ban on sale of alcohol on national highways, and the still widely prevalent belief of the pub culture being “anti-Indian” are not deterring Indians from guzzling their pick of favorite alcohol like never before.