St. Louis-based liquor producer, importer and marketer Luxco has acquired a controlling interest in Niche Drinks, a specialty liquor company based in Derry, Northern Ireland.
As China threatens tariffs on bourbon, experts reflect on the times Asia and Europe propped up American whiskey
Bourbon, now caught in the crosshairsof a potential trade battle between Washington and Beijing, once relied on foreign markets for survival.
Over the past decade, the once humble can has emerged as the hottest beer packaging on the market. Even the wine industry has taken notice, with canned wines getting trendy in their own right.
The days of Mad Men are coming to an end, as one of the world’s most powerful marketing firms has revised its policy on alcohol in the office Executives at global ad agency group WPP sent a memo to staff reminding them of the changes to the firm’s code of practice on drinking in his agencies’ offices last week.
It may be 2018, and though most of the United States has accepted legal victories like repealing prohibition, same-sex marriage and women’s suffrage within the last hundred years or so, in many ways, we are still fiercely trying to educate some citizens on the idea of gender equality.
As Virginia’s craft beer industry continues to boom, it means more job openings. To help fill the demand, the University of Richmond is expanding its class options in beer making.
DALLAS, April 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The record breaking wildfires that hit California and wine country in late 2017 caused a splash in the industry’s headlines from the suffering and speculation that resulted from the disaster.
Hospitality Law 2018, Vol. II: Direct Shipping from Kentucky Distilleries and the Quota System (Blog) Lexolog
In a historic and bold stroke, the Kentucky General Assembly passed a measure on April 2 that is viewed as a tremendous leap forward for the Kentucky bourbon industry.
Washington Wine Commission: Washington State’s wine research program continues to grow, benefit wineries of every size
Washington state is on the cutting edge of viticulture and enology research.
Two of the USA’s most prominent alcohol brands, Budweiser and Jim Beam, have entered into a collaboration to craft a new beer this autumn.