The new trend in bars lets you pick the beer you want and how much you want.
While tech companies push to make delivery instantaneous, one start-up is looking in a completely different direction: mail order.
The European Union protects Scotch Whisky, Stilton cheese and the Cornish pasty. But could this protection of U.K. foodstuffs come an end?
The "Fast Money" traders debated which spirits stocks make a good safety trade, considering how they have outperformed the S&P 500.
Clothes and gift cards still top Fathers Day gift lists, yet these spirits can make for a better present.
The Chilean wine was awarded a platinum 'best in show' medal from the Decanter World Wine Awards.
SABMiller's Federico Bogna talks to CNBC about how Singapore's beer scene is evolving and expanding.
CNBC's Uptin Saiidi reports on Singapore's annual Beerfest Asia, as the region's beer industry sees booming growth.
Spiteful Brewing is only the latest in a series of craft breweries to find inspiration in the presumptive GOP presidential nominee.
New distilleries are turning to technology to deliver the taste and finish people expect from quality bourbon, without the expense, Eater reports.
Mark Hunter, Molson Coors CEO, talks about the next generation of brewers and beer drinkers as craft beers gain popularity.
Craft breweries are booming, and founders of these beer brands point to 3 key strategies that have helped take on giants like Budweiser.
Shares of Sodastream International rose more than 6 percent Tuesday after it debuted a device for making homemade beer.
As the key summer beer-selling season gets underway, the new category of hard soda shows no signs of slowing down.
A new wine-themed park is ready to open its doors to the general public on June 1.
Former banker Sharon Sevrens left her job on Wall Street to work in one of her life's true passions.
Ian Morden, estate director at Cloudy Bay, says the U.S. is the fastest growing market for the New Zealand wine maker.
Exotic ingredients mean beer may have been the ancient Chinese version of a $70,000 Bordeaux meant to impress friends, say archaeologists.
JAKARTA, May 24- Indonesia's capital Jakarta is bringing beer back to its mini-marts, the city's governor said on Tuesday, more than a year after sales of the alcoholic drink were banned in small retailers in the world's most populous Muslim nation. "The point is below 5 percent will be allowed, and beer is included," Jakarta governor Basuki Purnama Tjahja told...
"I believe in buying at least two of everything I can afford. I always open one," Mahesh Patel says of his whiskey collection.