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CBD topicals are a must-have when looking to treat surface level aches and pains. Topicals are also great for times when you want to give your skin a little extra treat. Topicals allow for a targeted CBD approach, making it easy for you to treat particular areas of your body while not affecting the rest.

 
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Whether you want an ice-cold Bud or the most local microbrew that nobody has ever heard of, it’s possible that you can get the perfect brew for your mood. But what will you do when it comes to storing your wine and beer for a long time. The guidelines below illustrate the best way to preserve wine and beer to increase shelf life.

 

Whisky fans visiting Scotland are often spoiled for choice when it comes to distilleries and bars but what about places to stay?

 

Bold, handsome, and flexing its muscles, the newly released Roxton Black is the latest addition to the Stellenbosch brand’s Flagship “Roxton” series.

 

Winemag.co.za is pleased to announce the fifth annual Signature Red Blend Report, the focus being wines which are distinctive of their originators and draw particular attention in the market place. So-called Rhône-style blends, Cape Blends and all other proprietorial red blends are permissible but Bordeaux-style blends are not.

 

Perdeberg is pleased to announce it will donate R5 of its proceeds for every bottle of wine sold online during the local alcohol ban in South Africa, up to 30 September 2020, to buy food products for families in need.

 
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Ask Creation viticulturist and winemaker Jean-Claude (JC) Martin about his favourite cultivar and he responds without hesitation: Pinot Noir. He loves drinking it, he loves growing it and he loves making it! Small wonder there are four Pinot Noirs in the Creation portfolio and even less wonder that the wines win accolade upon accolade, locally as well as internationally.

 

Winemag.co.za is pleased to announce the third annual  Pinot Noir Report sponsored by multinational financial services company Prescient.

 
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Peanut butter and jelly. Macaroni and cheese. Captain and Coke. And now, Guinness beer and Notre Dame football. Some things go together perfectly and Notre Dame?s new official beer does exact?

 

Authenticity, provenance and natural ingredients are pushing vodka back into the spotlight. And the big players are responding to changing consumer tastes with flavour innovations and lower-ABV offeri

 

With seven breweries already forced to switch off their coppers for good, the numbers indicate a sector under severe siege, and inevitably more closures to come.

 

A Kent-based coffee shop franchisee has secured a boost through the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). Kent-based GK Coffee Group? | Hospitality | London | Economy | Funding | Faci

 

Cape Town’s dining scene is slowly reopening for business. As chefs start to embrace the “new normal”, their creative juices are flowing, not only in terms of imaginative culinary concepts on th

 

Our favourite cocktail is so easy to make

 

In this curated video from our Stuck At Home Whisk(e)y Video Watchlist feature, learn more about the passion that drives Fred Noe and the Beam family as they guide their 200 plus year old distillery t

 

'Non-alcoholic products are not about sugary drinks anymore, it is about sophisticated sipping,' says Hanneli van der Merwe, co-founder of specialist beverage developer Two Green Lemons.

 

Cuervo has released details of a Cristalino addition to the portfolio of its 1800 Tequila brand in the US.

 

The Carling Black Label Cup has been cancelled this season as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Tequila brand Jose Cuervo is the latest to enter the spiked seltzer category with the release of the Tequila-based Playamar hard seltzer in two flavour variants.

 

Can craft distillers survive the months of prohibition? On the eve of an expected lifting of the alcohol ban, we assess the craft spirits industry.

 

Dan Nicholl recaps on his lunch with former banker Michael Jordaan, who is still cautiously optimistic despite the myriad challenges South Africa faces.

 

The local council have objected to the ?unnecessary and obtrusive? idea

 

Sammy Hagar and The Circle will have to wait longer to perform live on stage once again. The band's September 18 charity performance has been canceled.

 

Can craft distillers survive the months of prohibition? On the eve of an expected lifting of the alcohol ban, we assess the craft spirits industry.

 

 

While many South Africans fret under round two of a lockdown ban on alcohol sales, it?s not only the illicit booze traders who have enjoyed an uptick in fortunes.

 

Pasta has become a staple in households around the world, but do you know about the history behind this incredibly versatile pantry staple?

 

The days are chilly and, as a result, we are drinking more coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and other beverages to warm us from the inside.

 

 

Sammy Hagar and The Circle will have to wait longer to perform live on stage once again. The band's September 18 charity performance has been canceled.