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More marrying couples are also choosing to say "I Brew," carefully choosing the beer offered at their wedding reception and in many cases brewing it themselves.
In this weeks' beer news roundup: Budweiser gets bigger, Simpson's fans can now enjoy a Duff brew and a report shows the craft beer scene may be growing too fast.
Canned beer was once frowned upon, now it's here to stay as consumers and brewers alike become more comfortable with the idea of beer in a can.
CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris reports on China's response to the EU's decision to impose tariffs on Chinese solar panel and its decision to launch its own anti-dumping probe into European wine.
Combining two hot alcohol trends, the casual chain is offering beer cocktails made with MillerCoors products and served in a reusable can.
A slew of recent studies argue that more wealth brings better health: from longer lives to lower disability rates. But wealth may bring a negative side-effect to one group: ladies who lunch, who tend to drink more than is recommended.
A new study shows rich ladies in Britain who lunch are more likely to have alcohol problems, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
Multitaskers will be sad to learn the hands-free Whopper holder is not real. Burger King says the viral video is no more than an advertising campaign.
France's auction of wines from the Elysee Palace fetched more than three-times its original estimate. The lofty price was the result of the premium placed on the seller—the French presidential palace.
The top 1 percent now controls 39 percent of the world's wealth, according to the Boston Consulting Group. CNBC's Robert Frank details some examples of how the wealthy are spending their money.
The proposed $4.7 billion acquisition of Smithfield Foods by China's Shuanghui International is unlikely to change pork-buying habits of American consumers.
The Small Business Administration has backed hundreds of small breweries. Sure, Uncle Sam likes pilsner. But what's the broader motivation behind the loans to small breweries?
Yannick Naud, portfolio manager at Glendevon King Asset Management, tells CNBC that there's been some correction in the wine market since 2011, and this is likely to continue for older vintages.
France's Elysee Palace is set to auction off more than $325,000 of wine Thursday. But as CNBC's Tom Mackenzie reports, the sale isn't just about sharing the French's love of wine.
Fed up with beer? This may be the answer to your prayers as "shandy" - a beer and lemonade blend sometimes called "radler" - is set to take the U.S. by storm, according to new research.
Pat McGauley, Budweiser VP of Innovation, offers insight on the buzz around his company's home draft beer device.
N.J. officials have seized inventory and demanded records from 29 bars and restaurants that allegedly sold cheap liquor to patrons who thought they were buying premium brands.
Restaurant owners are worried that a tough new drunk driving law, which would make it illegal to drive with at blood-alcohol content level above 0.05, may hurt their business.
Star Trek is licensing its first official alcoholic beverage, Dogfish Head Brewery and the Grateful Dead team up for a brew.
Wealthy Chinese looking for good real estate investments are finding them in vineyards, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.