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80s Hitmaker Rick Astley To Open Beer Bar In London

Rick Astley has announced that he’s teaming up with a Danish microbrewery to open a new bar in London.


Meet The Women Making Waves In South Africa’s Craft Gin Movement

Gin has become an unstoppable trend that has many forecasters baffled as it is still as popular at the bar today as it has been for several consecutive summers.


Acclaimed Sommelier and Michelangelo judge Miguel Chan on Wine Competitions: The Spinal Cord of any Dynamic Wine Industry

Top image: Miguel Chan

In modern-day speak, the expression “go-to” succinctly sums up what you are trying to communicate. In South Africa there are a handful of individuals who warrant the prefix of go-to when describing their reputation and status in the diverse and expansive wine industry.


Bust a groove with Tall Horse Wines in celebration of Women’s Month

South Africa commemorates Women’s Month in August as a tribute to the more than 20 000 women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 in protest against the extension of Pass Laws to women.


Restaurant Review: The Ivy, Dublin

Leslie Williams laments 'a seriously underperforming kitchen' at The Ivy


Meet The Maker: Jacqueline Grobler

Meet Jacqueline Grobler, owner of Angel Heart Liqueur, Ginifer gin, Westcliff gin, Luvoa Vodka and Venom Moonshine as well as a set of all natural bitters; quite the repertoire for just one lady. Here


Is Pepsi Ceo Indra Nooyi Really A Role Model For Women?

Indra Nooyi worked long days as head of the beverage conglomerate. But there’s no evidence she tried to fix that workaholic corporate culture, writes Jennifer Wells.


Govt Considering Laying Off 30 000 Public Servants

Government may lay off 30 000 public servants in an effort to cut costs, according to a report in the Mail & Guardian.


Jose Cuervo Is Hosting A Margarita Bar Crawl

Jose Cuervo, the tequila brand, is hosting a margarita bar crawl across London.


Clothing Rental Could Be The Key To A Stylishly Sustainable Fashion Industry

A staggering 235m items of unwanted clothing were forecast to be dumped in UK landfill in 2017, while the average American is estimated to bin 81lb (37kg) of used clothing annually...


La Martiniere College Boy Was Killed, Claims British Expert

LUCKNOW: In a fresh twist to the Rahul Sridhar case, a British medical forensic expert has claimed that the boy?s death was a case of homicide.


How Fanta Was Invented In Nazi Germany

Fanta is for many the definitive orange soda. Popular worldwide, the brand has always been owned by Coca-Cola. But the drink was actually created in Germany, and owes its existence to ingredient short


Absolut Vodka Owns A Star On Hollywood’s Walk Of Fame – 2oceansvibe.com

Turns out you don't have to be a celebrity to get memorialised on the Hollywood Walk of fame. Also, once you have a star, it's there for life.


Art Lander?s Outdoors: Fall Squirrel Season; Summer Grilling And Smoking; Spring-assisted Pocket Knives

Kentucky?s squirrel season is the longest hunting season on the fall calendar.Opening day is a week from tomorrow, on Saturday, August 18. The 2018-19 season is 194 days long, and continues thro


Uk Inmate Became An Instagram Star For His Gourmet Food Photos From Inside The Prison

Sneaky foodie


Global Tequila Market By Manufacturers, Regions, Type And Application, Forecast To 2023


The Gfg Briefing

Two of Jason Atherton's restaurants close, James Cochran opens new site in Islington, Atul Kochhar leaves Benares and Rochelle Canteen at ICA hosts Quo Vadis bar takeover


Heineken Considers Closing Brazilian Factories Due To Court Dispute

Heineken NV , the world's second-largest beer maker, is considering closing two factories in northeastern Brazil as "an extreme measure" after a court ordered the company to sell beer and soft drinks


2017 New Signatures Winner’s Solo Exhibition To Run At Pretoria Art Museum

2017 Sasol New Signatures Art Competition winner Lebohang Kganye's first solo exhibition Mohlokomedi wa Tora (Lighthouse Keeper) will be on at the Pretoria Art Museum...


Pinotage, Born Of Cinsault And Pinot Noir Grapes, Goes Its Own Way

The fruit of a viticulture professor’s labour, this easy-growing grape yields a bold and aromatic wine


Wetherspoons To Host A Gin Festival And It Will Last Eleven Days!

Famous pub chain Wetherspoons is hosting its own Gin Festival and there's plenty of time to enjoy a tipple


Top 10 Alcohol Companies In The World

The alcoholic beverage industry features high on Forbes’ Global 2000 list, especially since giant conglomerates often own most of your favourite brands – so which ones made the top 10?


Eat Your Way Through Wellington

Paarl and Wellington are a must-visit for mouth-watering winter deals and award winning wines.The rolling hills of the Boland area provide some exceptional country cuisine with regional specialties th


House Of Angostura Introduces An Insightful Cocktail App

This app will help both first-timers and full-timers in the industry when it comes to making cocktails.


Fillet Steak With Café Au Lait Mushroom Sauce

The most beautiful steaks cooked to perfection in thyme and brown butter, topped with café au lait mushroom sauce using vida Devra coffee beans.


If You Don?t Like Cheese This Is Nacho Kind Of List


International Whiskey Award Goes To Tullamore Dew

Second biggest Irish whiskey brand has won the Worldwide Whiskey Trophy


Champagne And Red Meat Pairing? Yes, Please!

Champagne house Moët & Chandon recently hosted a intimate and unusual Moët Rosé and red meat pairing experience.


Tapping Into Rural New Jersey, Bourbon Street Wine & Spirits Builds A Retailing Force

New Jersey retailer Bourbon Street Wine & Spirits operates eight stores in the state’s rural Hunterdon and Warren counties, and is set to open its ninth location later this year. Bourbon Street,


A Koeksister And Wine Pairing

It's a South African favourite, and now there's a wine to pair with your koeksister!