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.
A letter sent by New Jersey state officials to one of President Donald Trump's golf resorts claims that the club violated the terms of its liquor license. A previous attempt to remove a liquor license from a Trump property was unsuccessful in September.
Following a 15-year dispute between the U.S. and the EU, the WTO approved a measure that will impose a pricey new tariff on all Irish and Scotch single-malt whiskies as well as a slew of other European products.
Top liqueur facts and where to get deals and discounted liqueur products for National Liqueur Day 2019
Police have said they do not expect to bring charges against the owner of Port Jeff Liquors in Port Jefferson.
Cocktail umbrellas not included.
A once male-dominated industry is getting a long overdo spike of estrogen—with delicious results.
For your colleague whose endless Slack messages of memes help you get through the workday, might we suggest stocking their Secret Santa stocking with Hochstadter's Slow & Low canned Rock & Rye?
Can distillers convince the rest of the world to join the American whiskey renaissance?
Two distillers were putting Sildenafil, more commonly known as Viagra, into three of their baijiu products.
Dartmouth's announcement follows a string of high-profile stories of alcohol abuse and hazing scandals.