Plenty of restaurant chains don’t bother with the headaches of selling alcohol. But if they ever have a change of heart and do give booze a try, the move almost always gets people excited.
It’s getting easier to find top-notch, handcrafted whiskey, bourbon, vodka, and other spirits made in the U.S. With more than 1,500 craft distillers across the country, the American spirits movement is on the rise, and in Vermont, the industry is booming.
GENEVA — U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, D-New York, is urging the Department of Agriculture’s Agriculture Research Service to provide a robust investment in new equipment for the Grape Genetics Research Unit in Geneva.
Local governments in China are cracking down on alleged false advertising by Hongmao Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. following public anger over the arrest of a doctor who criticized the company’s “medicinal” liquor.
Wealthy middle-aged women — the biggest wine-drinking demographic in the US — say their cannabis use would increase if the federal gov US consumers could turn away from wine in favour of legalised marijuana, according to beverages analyst Bourcard Nesin at food and agribusiness financial services provider Rabobank.
A former British Airways pilot has been accused of trying to fly a packed holiday jet while four times over the alcohol limit.
The city's first Alcohol Task Force in recent history met Tuesday night at Bethel City Hall. Municipal, tribal, and business leaders were there to come up with ideas for addressing alcohol-related problems.
The Alcohol Beverages Advertising Code (ABAC) has published its first quarterly report of the year, which highlights that there have been no breaches of the new placement rules introduced last year.
Conflicts with existing laws and a practical way of enforcing the ban have led to a rethink. Experts spoke out against a proposed ban on the sale of alcoholic drinks at night during a conference on Wednesday.
Canada has no constitutional guarantee of free trade between provinces, the Supreme Court has ruled in upholding a fine against a New Brunswicker who brought alcoholic beverages from Quebec into his home province.