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A growing number of breweries are scrambling to meet consumer demand by offering craft beers with higher alcohol content.
As restaurants, like McDonald's, double down on breakfast, their timing is from far from eggscellent.
At Cleveland Whiskey, they're using technology to fast-age their bourbon. But should they?
Rye is staging a strong comeback. Since 2009, rye whiskey revenue soared 609 percent to $106 million, according to the Distilled Spirits Council.
Sticker shock at the grocery store could soon get even worse.
The last remaining bottle of a vintage cognac made during the Battle of Trafalgar has gone on sale for £148,320.
What's the state of the restaurant industry? It depends where you look.
After Fritz Maytag bought a stake in Anchor Brewing in 1965, it set in motion the trends that put the craft beer movement on the map.
Federal investigators looking to obtain messages that suggest former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle paid a 16 year old girl for sex, a report said.
Sparkling wine sales are big, with key brands popular with millennials and overall sales surging in the U.S.
Brewing companies are showing signs they might increase beer prices, but that might have negative effects for the industry.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on the big ticket real estate story developing in the Golden State.
Dylan Purcell-Lowe, Somabar CEO, demonstrates how the new countertop machine allows users to craft their own cocktails in less than five seconds.
Google has added a new feature for the time pressed.
Brews are about to get more expensive at this sports bar chain.
In the fast-food fight for customer spending, the restaurant giant is struggling.
American craft beer production volume rose 16 percent compared to the same time last year, according to data released by the Brewers Association.
Wendy's is testing antibiotic-free chicken items as it evaluates a broader move away from antibiotics in the meat.
Anheuser-Busch has spent an estimated $200 million dollars buying craft breweries to add to its already extensive brand portfolio-and it's not done yet.
Think whisky and the misty glens of Scotland come to mind. But you may need to think again - Japan's Suntory has grabbed the attention of connoisseurs.