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All you want to do is hang out with your boys, have some fun and drink good beer.


A welcome addition to the Cape’s wine scene is Proof Bar, which opened in Somerset West early January, 2017. 


Between Christmas biscuits, chocolate truffles, and copious cups of eggnog, it’s no wonder your clothes fit a bit tighter than they did before the holidays.


Scientists at the Francis Crick Institute in London discovered that alcohol really does make you hungrier and having a drink before dinner really make some people eat more.


An organic alternative to road salt is helping Canadian municipalities keep their streets ice-free — and smelling kind of sweet.


The buzz around cocktails continues to grow and has expanded outside of trend-setting cities like New York and San Francisco. With the growth of cocktail culture, the perceived cocktail snobbery of hi


One of France’s leading wine producers regards South Africa as the next big thing and is putting its money where its mouth is. French wine company AdVini recently added the former Distell estate, Le


Wine country in Sonoma County was hit hard by recent storms, which have brought up to 13 inches of rain since Friday. Rolling hills and vineyards along the scenic route known as River Road were subm

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Here are our favourite 'drunk celebrity' moments from the 2017 Golden Globes, including Goldie Hawn, Cuba Gooding Jr and Jessica Biel.


Yeah we'll drink to that


Now it takes almost zero effort to make your own wine and cider.


When Craft Liquor Merchant founder Jason Cederwall started his premium liquor distribution business in 2012, his eyes were soon opened to the world of artisanal cocktails and the incredible artistry t


Union and management at odds over post-strike deal


Union and management at odds over post-strike deal


Union and management at odds over post-strike deal


This is just the spirit for your seraglio or sundowner bungalow in Clifton, writes Neil Pendock That salty old pirate Billy Bones knew he was done for when Blind Pew pushed the black spot into his pal


Constantia Glen winemaker Justin van Wyk recently launched two of his own, the Van Wyk Family Wines label depicting a ram as Van Wyk hails from a Karoo sheep