Can distillers convince the rest of the world to join the American whiskey renaissance?
Poison control centers are reporting a rise in the number of calls involving young people who ingest the antibacterial gel to get drunk.
Newly introduced regulation opens the door for distillers of barley.
Remembering Buckie, the wince-worthy tonic wine beloved by many and reviled by others.
But only 20 percent of those get treatment.
In Virginia it’s illegal to mix beer and spirits in a cocktail. In Utah, mixologists must work behind a curtain.
A Rome-based farmers group has complained that Crimean prosecco is cheaper than the Italian one.
The report has found that people are far more likely to overdose from alcohol than from smoking cannabis.
Dartmouth’s announcement follows a string of high-profile stories of alcohol abuse and hazing scandals.
From Manhattans to Margaritas, will you ever set foot in a bar again?
"Our parliament is not a pub, it is a workplace," declared the Victoria Labour leader
A new drug lets you drink without becoming a drunk.
The patient spent 18 hours a day wearing the glasses, removing them only to sleep and bathe.
A new pill, Nalmefene, lets drinkers choose the times of year when they want to abstain and the times when they don’t
P.S. marijuana is still cool, though
Despite the ban on alcohol and frequent police raids, drinking in Iran is widespread, especially among the wealthy