Celebrate National Beer Day 2020 with drinks over video chat, home delivery and online deals on mixed cases and craft beer.
Forty-two states plus the District of Columbia have thus far enacted measures to close businesses deemed nonessential.
The Barefoot Contessa posted a clip of herself making a giant cosmo on her Instagram.
Hard liquor sales are up 75 percent year-on-year, as consumers stock up now bars and restaurants are closed in many states around the U.S.
A photo of two elephants passed out after drinking too much corn wine went viral, as people celebrated the pair's passion for hooch.
The brand knows this year is different, but that isn't stopping the love.
A new study shows research that supports Alcoholics Anonymous works in treating people suffering from alcohol use disorder.
Instructions spreading rapidly online purport to provide an effective recipe for making your own hand sanitizer to guard against the new coronavirus COVID-19, but is it safe?
One location is serving classic margaritas for as little as $2.22 to celebrate National Margarita Day
A Florida woman allegedly flew into a drunken rage and punched out a window and then her boyfriend's face after he refused to have sex with her Sunday.
A passenger on an EasyJet flight from Manchester, England, to Iceland forced the plane to land unexpectedly after he harassed passengers and crew and attempted to eat his cell phone.
On Monday, 18 families living in Chalakudy, a town in the Thrissur District of the Kerala state in Southern India, found liquor pouring from their water faucets.
The Alameda County Sheriff's Office said the "illegally made jail house alcohol" had been found during a search at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, California.
The genetic study involved over 100,000 people.
Some bottles of champagne can be worth millions of dollars, but was it really invented by the French?
People from around the Philippines bought the drink, known as lambanog, from the one shop.
Whether SantaCon is "a gathering of 1000s of young adults dressed in Xmas garb partaking in binge drinking" as one Twitter user put it, or a "non-political, nonsensical, charitable" event as the organizers describe, the costumed convention has created plenty of wild photo ops over the years.
SantaCon will take over New York City's Midtown and Lower East Side on Saturday December 14.
A Wednesday announcement confirmed that New York City's annual SantaCon event would remain on dry land, after formerly advertised party boats were canceled.
Ales and lager rely on different brewing processes to achieve their body and flavor.
Cancer is the primary cause of death in Japan. Researchers found the more a person drank, the more likely they were to develop cancer.
Police say that 20-year-old Kentarias Gowans tried to pull an ill-advised Thanksgiving robbery at his place of employment, a Steak 'N Shake in Oakwood, Florida.
"Given that the entire experimental 'intervention' was a one-off session that lasted around an hour, this level of effect was pretty striking," a co-author of the study told "Newsweek."
"My mind was blown," a co-author of the study told Newsweek of the finding.
Each year, some 70,000 people in the U.S. survive being shot.
Beer and wine will be available to order from Aldi in 60 percent of its 1,400 stores that sell alcohol nationwide.
Pentagon leaders continue to grapple with suicide and alcohol-related deaths in the U.S. military. The news comes roughly a month after a string of suicides aboard the U.S.S. George H.W. Bush.
Congress first passed the 18th Amendment—prohibiting the manufacture, sale and transport of intoxicating liquors in the U.S.—in December 1917, but it wasn't until October 28, 1919, when the law was officially enforced.
Grant money in the amount of $16 million will go towards research of alcohol abuse in 700 U.S. clinical practices.