In December, Pittsburgh beer organization Black Brew Culture was awarded a $130,350 grant to fund its project, Increasing the Participation of the Black Community in PA Craft Beer.
- Grant provides funds to 'increase the awareness, knowledge, and experience of Black people in craft beer'
State legislatures across the U.S. have convened for new sessions over the past month, and a growing number of governors are taking steps to push lawmakers to include legalizing marijuana as part of their 2020 agendas.
Big alcohol brands are following, not leading. And where they are headed is alternative drink categories, many of them "hard" versions of nonalcoholic beverages.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- In a nationwide survey of high school students, 75% reported negative feelings related to school.
Following reports that wine consumption is starting to tail off in the US, further data has revealed that hard seltzer could be taking its place.
Violent uprisings in the Middle East and a populist US president vowing to put “America First”. Historian David Charlwood looks back 100 years to the global situation of 1920 and finds remarkable parallels with the present…
Ander Mendez and his friends were hoping they’d struck it rich when they came up with the idea of selling alcohol-infused gummy bears — until they found themselves in the sights of sweet giant Haribo.
- Why is a "level playing field" for local alcohol markets an important goal for public health and safety?
Did you know that an important goal of alcohol regulation is a "level playing field" for business licensees? Do you know why it's crucial for public health and safety?
ATLANTA — Adults in the United States who binge drink are consuming even more alcohol per binging episode, according to a new study published Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Prohibition began in the US 100 years ago today — this map shows how many bars per capita there are in each state
Prohibition, the 13-year-long nationwide ban on alcoholic beverages in the US, began on January 16, 1920.