The National Transportation Safety Board is recommending that all new vehicles in the U.S. be equipped with blood alcohol monitoring systems that can stop an intoxicated person from driving.
The success of ProWein's "Same but Different" Hall in recent years is a testament to growing interest in hybrid drinks, from hard seltzers to alcohol-free. The former has certainly exploded in popularity, particular in the US where the IWSR estimated in July 2021 almost 300 new hard seltzer brands had been launched in the previous year.
Gatherings with friends and family will no doubt be extra special this spring. But as the warmer temperatures creep in, experts have warned about the mental and physical impact binge drinking has on individuals across the country.
The National Alliance to Stop Impaired Driving unveiled today its State Laws Map, an interactive, online database updated in real-time and designed to empower users to navigate the cannabis- and DUI-law labyrinth across the U.S. at no cost.
Today, TTB published a final rule that will implement Phase 2 of its rulemaking on modernization of the labeling and advertising regulations for alcohol beverages.
Bars and restaurants hope inflation and supply chain shortages don't result in fumbles and missed revenue opportunities on one of their busiest days of the year -- Super Bowl Sunday.
Age-verification is becoming handy these days, and this time, major supermarket chains are beginning to see it as an advantage for easier self-checkouts when buying alcohol. However, many are concerned about their privacy.
So what is Dry January, how can you take part - and what health and lifestyle benefits could you experience as a result of laying off booze for the month?
Here's what you need to know.
Why does alcohol play such a central role in most people's lives? Although our taste for booze has typically been dismissed as an evolutionary accident, a closer look at history and the relevant science suggests that it actually helped catalyze the rise of civilization.