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2 hrs ago | EDGE

New York Named World's Top Wine Destination

Thirty-six New York restaurant wine lists have been honored in "The World of Fine Wine"'s inaugural World's Best Wine Lists 2014.


Related Topix: Wine, Life, Food, Dining, The World of, Alternative-Rock, Tribeca (New York, NY), Chicago, IL, Thomas Keller

3 hrs ago | North Kitsap Herald

Bottoms up, Bremerton | Kitsap Week

Beer has a story almost as long as civilization. It was consumed in ancient Egypt, written of in Mesopotamia, and carried on the backs of Germanic tribes across Europe.


Related Topix: Beer, Bremerton, WA, Life, Homebrewing, Hobbies

7 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -

Alcohol Test: Does Eating Yeast Keep You From Getting Drunk?

Sometimes we drink with the sole purpose of relaxing, or drowning the week's worries.


Related Topix: Beer, Wine, Beverages, Boston Beer

9 hrs ago | Hereford Times

More than 18,000 pints to be drunk at Beer on the Wye festival this weekend

ORGANISERS of this year's Beer on the Wye festival are hoping the sun will shine on revellers this weekend.


Related Topix: Beer

13 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

Are US alcohol brands targeting underage youth?

Males between the age of 18 and 20 were about nine times more likely to find ads by the top 25 brands than the remaining 300-plus alcohol labels, according to a study.


Related Topix: Vodka, Liquor

17 hrs ago | KXLY-TV Spokane

Monks start brewing beer to keep abbey open

For more than 60 years, the Trappist monks at St. Joseph's Abbey had relied on jams and jellies to support their monastery and community work in Spencer, Massachusetts.


Related Topix: Beer, Spencer, MA

20 hrs ago | Donside Today

"It's not Snake Ven-om, it's Snake Oil"

Trading Standards have confirmed through laboratory tests that a brewery with roots in Deeside has created the world's strongest beer.


Related Topix: Beer

Wed Jul 09, 2014

Pacific Herbs iSleep - the natural solution for insomnia

Manalapan health Examiner Stacey Chillemi, a writer for The Complete Herbal Guide reviewed the product iSleep manufactured by Pacific Herbs on July 9, 2014.


Related Topix: Sleep, Medicine, Health, Tea, Herbalism


Barnes to kick up his heels and celebrate

The location: Josef Chromy Wines at Relbia on Saturday, December 6, when Barnes, his daughter Mahalia and fellow rock acts The Living End and You Am I, a line-up handpicked by Barnes himself, converge on the vineyard for the fifth A Day on the Green concert in Launceston.


Related Topix: Wine, Pop/Rock, Cold Chisel

The Marion Star

Maple makes IPA stand out

Sometimes it seems a new India pale ale shows up in the U.S. every 36 seconds. If you are a true lover of the humulus lupulus, this is not a bad thing.


Related Topix: Beer

River Front Times

Mangia Italiano's New Infused Spirits Bolster Its Cocktail Program

Mangia Italiano makes many people think of either pasta or the debauchery of staying out until 3 a.m. listening to live music.


Related Topix: Cocktails

New pecan liqueur brand opens in Louisville

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Wednesday welcomed Rivulet Artisan Pecan Liqueur to the city's growing lineup of spirits businesses.


Related Topix: Bourbon Whiskey, Liquor

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Jerry Brown signs bill allowing wine tasting at farmers markets

Aji Japanese Bistro in El Dorado Hills offers 17 wines and champagne by the glass from Amador, Napa, and Washington State on Tuesday night, January 21, 2014.


Related Topix: Jerry Brown, US Governors, Wine, El Dorado Hills, CA, Napa, CA, San Rafael, CA

Starbucks, Nespresso fight to gain foothold in LatAm market

Colombia is one of the world's top producers and exporters of coffee, but two international brands are nevertheless aiming to gain a foothold in the key Latin American market.


Related Topix: South America, World News, Colombia, Colombia Travel, Travel, Coffee

Tue Jul 08, 2014

Business Journal

Rhinegeist debuts a new way to drink beer

Ever wanted a can of beer but 12 ounces just isn't enough? Or wanted three cans of beer but didn't want to have to open the other two? Rhinegeist has you covered.


Related Topix: Beer, Headphones

Click Orlando


Americans want food their way, and a new survey shows that "their way" calls for a higher quality, more varied meal than they're getting at the top burger, burrito, sandwich and chicken chains.


Related Topix: World Records, Beer

What It Takes To Make A Decent Cup Of Coffee In Space

When our pals at the Two-Way wrote last month that engineers had finally come up with a way to brew some good Italian espresso at the International Space Station, we were thoroughly intrigued.


Related Topix: Coffee, Science / Technology, Space, NASA

5 reasons to drink coffee before your workout

Half of Americans start their day with coffee, and according to recent study, working out after downing a cup of java may offer a weight-loss advantage.


Related Topix: Coffee

The Argus

Hotly-tipped zero-waste restaurant to open with visionary chef at helm

Douglas McMaster is opening a zero waste restaurant, bakery and coffee shop at 39 Upper Gardener St called Silo in September Many new openings struggle to muster one unique selling point.


Related Topix: Coffee

City Pages

Could mead be the next big drink trend? Minnesota mead-makers weigh in

Craft beer may be all the rage right now, but it started with local homebrewers learning their skills and growing their hobbies into full-on business plans well before it hit the public consciousness.


Related Topix: Beer, Life, Homebrewing, Hobbies