Thailand’s Unlikely Emergence As A Wine Destination


Maverick Thai winemakers are proving this tropical country's ability to produce quality wine, breaking all the rules along the way - aided by a little German inspiration.

 

Thailand’s Unlikely Emergence As A Wine Destination


Maverick Thai winemakers are proving this tropical country's ability to produce quality wine, breaking all the rules along the way - aided by a little German inspiration.

 

Coca-cola, Wine Harvest Cause Bottleneck


Coca-Cola and a good wine harvest are no doubt two completely different things. But in Germany, they merge when it comes to explaining an unparalleled shortage of glass for wine bottles. DW's Natalia

 

Catalan Cava Still Bubbling


A year after Catalonia's independence referendum, one of the region?s best known products hasn't lost much of its verve. DW investigates how the region's iconic brand, cava, has managed the post-refer

 

A Cuba Libre For The Record Books


In Havana, state-owned rum destiller havana Club has mixed and served the biggest Cuba Libre ever. A special-made glass held 1,000 liters of the legendary cocktail and served hundreds of partygoers.

 

German beer producers running out of bottles


With the summer heat leading to increased beer consumption, some breweries in Germany complain about lacking enough bottles and crates. Beer packaging, it seems, is a recurrent, long-term problem for the industry.

 

Hundreds Of Alcohol-free Beers In Germany


With a plethora of micro breweries, German beer drinkers now have some 400 alcohol-free brews to choose from. Taste remains the Achilles' heel of non-alcoholic beer, with some concerns about detectabl

 

German Metalheads Construct Beer Pipeline For Wacken Festival


Wacken Open Air Festival is constructing a 7-kilometer network of pipes to quench its thirsty fans. Attendees will drink an average of 5.1 liters of beer each over the festival.

 
 
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