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A restaurant with a menu built around bacon has been temporarily shut down due to complaints from neighbors about the aroma, but its supporters are fighting back.
New York popcorn shop "Populence" founder Maggie Paulus, created wine infused popcorn. The popcorn is available in New York City's West Village location.
Forget soju. Pyongyang is home to a North Korean government-made, full-bodied lager, described as one of Koreas' finest. South Korean microbrewers meantime are poised for growth.
Sam Adams will be back in the skies as Jet Blue agrees to serve the craft beer thanks to its new Sam Can, which is creating opportunities for sales in the places the brewery was once shut out.
Call it plenty of beer with no waste. MillerCoors said its Golden, Colo., brewery, the largest U.S. brewery, is landfill free.
The spirits maker is planning a $36 million expansion of its Woodford Reserve distillery in Kentucky, reports CNBC's Becky Quick.
The search for food prepared according to Islamic law at fast-food restaurant chains just got a little trickier this week.
Bay Area natives Anchor Brewing and the San Francisco Giants are once again teaming up.
A new delivery service is cashing in on the latest food craze by bringing the trendy Cronut to people's doors, NBCNews.com reports.
Colorado-based company OnTap says its flavor enhancer provides craft-beer taste without the extra cost.
Tennessee beer drinkers pay the most taxes on their beverages. CNBC's Brian Sullivan, offers insight.
Mona Scott-Young speaks to FM's Karen Finerman about whether she thinks of herself has a woman in business, or a person in business; her worst business move ever; and her newest venture with moscato.
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.