The politics of the office tea round


Coffee drinking could be overtaking the office tea round as workers search for a caffeine jolt, but the hunt for a clean tea mug still continues in many offices.

 

For Beer-loving Cyclists


For beer-living cyclists, a collection of clever hops haulers, from a simple six-pack strap to an 11-seat pedal-powered pub.

 

Siberian wine could be coming to a table near you – BBC News


Siberia is a byword for freezing, hostile winters - but now a group of winemakers have beaten the chill to produce promising red and white wines.

 

A glass of beer makes people more sociable, study finds


Researchers from Switzerland have confirmed what most of us already know – drinking a single glass of beer can make people more sociable.

 

Finland to free up strict drinking laws


Finns will be able to get a round in after 'one portion per order' rule is axed.

 

This charity wants you to chat about death over a cup of tea and a slice of cake


For many of us death is the last great unmentionable subject.

 

Why South African whisky is becoming big business


South Africa is the latest country to challenge the Scottish when it comes to one of their most famous exports - whisky.

 

World`s best chef Benoit Violier dies aged 44


Chef Benoit Violier, whose Swiss restaurant was named the best in the world in December, has been found dead at his home.

 

Could a Chinese herb stop you drinking too much


With new alcohol guidelines stressing the importance of cutting back, could an ancient Chinese herbal remedy help you get that pleasurable buzz while drinking less?

 

Diet debate: Are diet drinks a no-go?


It’s rare in life to have your cake and eat it. But are low-calorie sweeteners the guilt-free way to be naughty?

 
 
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