Shares of Sodastream International rose more than 6 percent Tuesday after it debuted a device for making homemade beer.
The coffee chain will start selling a cold coffee drink infused with nitrogen and served through a beer tap this summer.
As the key summer beer-selling season gets underway, the new category of hard soda shows no signs of slowing down.
A convenience store chain in South Korea is selling an ice cream bar to fight hangovers.
"I believe in buying at least two of everything I can afford. I always open one," Mahesh Patel says of his whiskey collection.
Will a vote to leave the European Union hurt the beverages industry and trade? JD Wetherspoon chairman, Tim Martin discusses.
Andrew Holland, European and U.S. beverage research analyst at Societe Generale, discusses SABMiller’s latest set of earnings, and its potential future with fellow beverage maker, AB InBev.
Javier Gonzalez Lastra, senior beverages analyst at Berenberg, says SABMiller was always going to deliver a difficult set of earnings due to currency devaluations.
New research reveals more people around the world are drinking less alcoholic drinks.
The brewer is re-branding its beer as a nod to the 2016 presidential race.
No matter which horse wins the 142nd Kentucky Derby on Saturday, there is one sponsor that’s already outpacing the competition.
Deirdre Bosa looks at the top trades over the last decade that have been able to avoid the summer stock doldrums.
AB InBev’s latest earnings show the firm is struggling and its model of producing and marketing big beer brands isn’t working like it used to, says Jonny Forsyth, global drinks analyst at Mintel.
A Chicago woman accuses the coffee chain of misleading consumers by overfilling cold beverages with ice and not enough liquid.
A longtime resident of Martha's Vineyard saw an opportunity in filling a small niche on the island.
Andrea Illy, illycaffe chairman and CEO, discusses how growth in worldwide coffee consumption is driving profits and increasing competition.
Coca-Cola shares are down after the company reported a 4 percent decline in revenues for Q1.
Discussing Coke's first quarter earnings release and his outlook for demand in the beverage market with James Quincy, Coca-Cola COO.
The Dutch brewing company says it sold more beer than expected in the first quarter of the year.
The soda maker will change the packaging of the drinks to unify the different types.