Millennials Prefer Downing A Hard Seltzer To Uncorking Some Wine

Wine is falling out of favour with American drinkers as lower-calorie — and more portable — alcoholic beverages like hard seltzer surge in popularity.

 

Captain Morgan Sales Drop As Americans Drink Less Soda

Health-conscious Americans are trading sugary beverages like cola for carbonated water. So much for that Cuba Libre

 

Rat Lying Next To An Empty Bottle Of Hennessy Goes Viral As “just Another Day In New York City”

It was a rough Valentine's Day for one rat in NYC

 

Whisky Island

Steve Kroft and Bob Simon report on the Scottish Island of Islay, home to some of the world's premium single-malt scotch whiskies

 
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California Vineyards Are Ready For Harvest — But Who’ll Pick The Grapes?

Winemakers find themselves competing with the higher-paying construction industry to retain workers

 

Trend toward “healthy” beer has some raising eyebrows

Is there such a thing as “healthy” beer? Not really, the experts say. But that hasn’t stopped some breweries from trying to market some products as natural, fresh or “better” for you.

 

Coca-cola Gets Served A Lawsuit By 2 Pastors

"I'm losing more people to the sweets than to the streets," DC-area pastor says

 

Alcoholic Caffeinated Drinks: Good Time Or Bad Brews?

Are Students Getting Sick from Powerful Drinks; Here's the Full List on the FDA's Radar

 
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London brewery tackles food waste by making beer from used bread

Each bottle of Toast Ale beer contains a slice of unused bread collected from sandwich shop kitchens

 

Matcha madness sparks new tea craze

Matcha, the green tea popular for centuries in Japan, has crossed the Pacific Ocean. Tea sales in the U.S. have increased five-fold in 25 years, to more than $10 billion dollars.

 
 
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