The American beer industry as a whole is facing a contradiction.
When the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became effective, most companies, especially in the United States, had a few simple thoughts.
Vitamin Supplement Aimed at Helping Consumers Feel Better After They Drink Alcohol Expands into More Stores, Including Beverage and Liquor Stores
A company called B4 is expanding U.S. availability of its eponymous vitamin-based “precovery” supplement across 300 stores on the West Coast and in the South, bringing the total number of retailers carrying the supplement to 800.
n February 14, 1929, around 10:30 a.m., Clark Street in Chicago was rattled by gunfire. The city’s most powerful gang leader, Al “Scarface” Capone, had finally sent some hit men after a rival gang.
In 2016, the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation, in southeastern Washington State, began selling craft spirits and beer at a restaurant in their Lucky Eagle casino.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Large majorities of Americans believe that using substances like alcohol and marijuana are morally permissible.
It's been a big year already for federal agencies when it comes to dishing out fines – and a painful one for the recipients.
The Ritz-Carlton’s Quadrant bar is using sound waves to simulate the effects of traditional barrel-aging on whiskey, producing what staff says are temporarily well-rounded spirits that taste just like their seasoned counterparts for a fraction of the price.
CORVALLIS, OR. May 11, 2018 – Oregon State University professor and international whiskey expert Paul Hughes is launching a Distillery Startup Workshop for those looking to start their own craft distilling business.
Association of State Alcohol Policies With Alcohol-Related Motor Vehicle Crash Fatalities Among US Adults (Excerpt)
Are alcohol-related motor vehicle crash fatalities less likely in states with more restrictive alcohol policy environments?