We know beer isn’t exactly calorie-free — hello, phrases like “beer belly” and “beer gut” — but is it unrealistic to think we can stay healthy while drinking a beverage that’s used to describe a gut?


Biblical historians have long pondered what dishes may have been on the table at the Last Supper. One thing that’s almost certain is that Jesus and his disciples were drinking wine.


To all you craft beer nerds out there, we have found your rainbow and it’s giving us hope of a world where craft beer is always available.


These days corn-syrup-sweetened soft drinks are targeted as villainous causes of obesity. Artificial sweeteners are busted as bogus substitutes. And now the big-gulp generation is graduating to wine time.


Bottoms up, literally.


After four long years, pop megastar Adele dropped her newest album, 25, this week. This means it’s time to feel some feelings, so grab your headphones, a box of tissues and one (or all) of these bottles. You’re going to need ’em.


Here’s a challenge for Netflix connoisseurs: How do you pair wine with TV? Real “gladiators,” for example, know Scandal’s Olivia Pope is fussy about fine reds, so a rich Cabernet Sauvignon or “Bordeaux that’ll bring tears to your eyes” are natural choices.


The worst thing that could ever happen at a gathering during the hot days of summer is to run out of ice.


Juniper. Notes of pine. A touch of coriander. And… ants?


If you can’t wait until Sunday for the return of “Game of Thrones,” you may have luck tempering your excitement by sipping on the latest official beer produced for the series, a dark saison ale by the name of “Three-Eyed Raven.”

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