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< Thursday 31 October 2019 >

One Of The Most Haunted Pubs In Birmingham Has A Wine Snob As Ghost

A “wine snob” ghost is lurking in the cellar of a pub making its feelings known about the house wine, it has been claimed.

 

How Offal And Alcohol Gave Us Halloween

We might not gather around the dining table for a family meal during Halloween much, but that’s precisely why we have this creepy celebration in the first place.

 

South African Wineries With Haunted Histories

Few things are more captivating than a great bottle of wine, but ghost stories certainly run it close. 

 

Khaleesi Spills The Beans On The Infamous ‘Game of Thrones’ Starbucks Coffee Scene

Emilia Clarke, better known as Queen Daenerys, blames Conleth Hill for the Game of Thrones coffee-cup gaffe.

 

Belgian Nuns Are Selling The World’s First Trappist Beer Shampoo

Did you ever wonder why — if Trappist Belgian monks make the best beer in the world and European nuns brewed through the Middle Ages and beyond — no Trappist convents currently brew beer? While they still don’t brew, the Trappistines of the Abbey of Our Lady of Nazareth in Brecht, Belgium, have partnered with the brothers at Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Heart of Westmalle to make what may be the world’s first Trappist ale shampoo.

 

Eateries With Best Table Mountain Views

Table Mountain is undeniably Cape Town's star, and is one of the prime reasons people come from far and wide to visit. What could be better than enjoying one of the city's finest eateries while gazing

 

See Photos From Artnet And Hennessy Paradis Imperial’s Celebration Of Artist Phillip K. Smith Iii’s New Los Angeles Exhibition

Guests visited Smith's Palm Springs studio, where they spent the day previewing his latest artworks over one of the world's rarest cognacs.

 

Sammy Hagar And Guy Fieri Debut Santo Tequila Blanco

In the weeks following its introduction, Santo Tequila Blanco ? a premium old world-style tequila from legendary rocker and entrepreneur, Sammy Hagar and acclaimed Emmy Award-winning chef and restaura

 

Corona, The Iconic Mexican Beer Losing Its Identity To ?made In China? Version

Corona started local production on markets outside Mexico due to the need of its owner Anheuser-Busch InBev of satisfying high demand and solving supplies problems. ?The decision of producing Coron?

 

Massy To Join Other Cos To Combat Drunk Driving

More than rum and beer, Martell Cognac has launched in Trinidad and Tobago.

 

Jonathan Ray Reviews Our Recent Spectator Winemaker?s Lunch With Nicolas Bureau Of Glenelly Estate

The lunch sold out almost the minute it was advertised and it was an expectant and ? let?s be frank ? thirsty bunch of Spectator readers that gathered ever-promptly in the boardroom last week to meet?

 

Tasty, Very Tasty, Indeed

 

Dine 909: Amber Waves Of Grain Beer Festival Returns To Corona On Saturday

Since 2016, the annual event has raised nearly $100,000 for local veterans organizations.