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CNBC's battle of the breweries sees a New York-based brewery put up big vote totals in Round Three of the Most Loved Label contest.
Wide-ranging actor plays the reluctant beer pitchman as Heineken Light continues to try to boost the brand with a new advertising campaign.
Fast food giant McDonald's is making an early step toward extending breakfast hours to all-day long.
In CNBC's Most Loved Label contest, these beer brands are learning that every vote counts.
Flying Dog Brewery is bringing back its Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale after having trouble keeping it in stock during its debut.
Is your Southern brew No. 1? If it's Bud or Busch, it's probably not.
The total volume of carbonated soft drinks sold slid 0.9 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to a report.
As voting gets underway in Round Two of CNBC's most loved beer label contest, here's a look at those that prevailed in Round One.
Craft beer is growing by double digits at home and it’s picking up momentum overseas as well, with exports rising 35.7 percent last year.
CNBC's beer label contest is all about having the right flair. Here are three potential Cinderella labels that could make some noise in the brackets.
CNBC is once again setting out to find the most loved beer label. This year's vote begins Tuesday.
U.S. golf may be in doldrums, but Great White Shark Enterprises is thriving by diversifying into everything from finance to wine-making.
Whiskey connoisseurs in Scotland and Japan may have shed a few tears into their snifters this weekend.
Everything has an app these days, even vodka bottles.
Palcohol, a new take on the old fashioned cocktail, has lawmakers and parents alike up in arms.
Amid soaring beef prices and a chicken "health halo," chains are churning out new chicken items on menus and cutting back on promoting burgers.
Brown-Forman is investing $50 million in a push to revive Old Forester, "America's first bottled bourbon."
Campbell Brown, Old Forester president, discusses the whiskey maker's plans to rejuvenate the bourbon brand.
Peter Lunzer, CEO & CIO at Lunzer Wine Investments, likes the Bordeaux wine as an investment choice because it remains as the perfect and traditional way to honor guests.
What happens when a city tries to restrict fast food openings in poorer areas in hopes of reducing obesity?