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  • Budweiser ad

    Will a lost puppy, Clydesdales and Pac-Man be the winning combination this Super Bowl? Anheuser-Busch hopes so.

  • Glass of champagne

    Constellation Brands CEO Rob Sands discusses the most popular alcoholic beverages among consumers now.

  • Can champagne sales forecast Q1?

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan provides insight to data showing champagne sales are closely correlated with incomes and consumer sentiment.

  • Sparkling wine

    There's no need to spend $100 or more for a bottle of Champagne. Even a $9 bargain pick can offer value—if you don't make common serving mistakes.

  • Beverage trends in 25 years

    CNBC's Sara Eisen takes a looks at how consumer demand and innovation is driving big change in the beverage industry.

  • New York Distilling Company's Rock & Rye cocktail.

    Recipe for a great holiday gift: Add one of these bottles. Pour. Serve.

  • An Icelandair airplane sits on the tarmac as travelers wait for a flight inside the Akureyi Airport, in this April 24, 2010 photo in Akureyi, Iceland.

    A vodka cocktail served in one of Icelandair's hotels was named 'Apartheid.'

  • Festive drinks for your office party!

    Tonight is the most popular night for the Christmas office party. Dustin MacMillan, head of creative at Hix Restaurant Group, shows you how to make a straight up martini, made from cow's milk vodka; and a traditional boozy eggnog to get you in the festive mood.

  • Invest in the holiday drink

    From an investment perspective, how can you find opportunity in popular festive cocktails? Trevor Stirling, European beverages analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, says we've moved away from gummy bear and cookie dough flavoured vodkas, towards flavoured whisky.

  • 'Mad Men effect' behind whisky's revival: Expert

    Olly Wehring, managing editor at Just-Drinks, says the popularity of whisky in TV programs such as Mad Men is helping the spirit's fortunes.

  • Sales for whiskey continue to rise, as do the number of craft distilleries popping up across the country.

  • Jack Ma

    The best way to celebrate a successful year on Wall Street is to have a celebratory toast. Here are some drink suggestions.

  • Starbucks mega store; Traders bullish

    Starbucks has opened its first Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle. "Fast Money" trader likes the stock on its store expansion strategy, and cost efficiency.

  • Rockstar yacht loses to drawbridge

    Rockstar energy drink billionaire founder Russ Weiner's yacht got stuck while being towed under a drawbridge, taking out part of the roof, but no one was hurt. CNBC's Robert Frank says the bridge had been declared "functionally obsolete" 4 years ago.

  • Can Coke make better milk?

    Insight to how beverage companies are getting into the protein and milk categories, with Gary Hempill, Beverage Marketing Corporation.

  • Pints of beer

    Fans of Goose Island Beer Company have their own annual Black Friday tradition: Standing in line for Bourbon County Brand Stout.

  • in flight cocktail airlines drinks

    Rethink the airline beverage cart. Bartenders say it's easy for travelers to make a classier cocktail with mixers you can carry onto the plane.

  • End to UK 'beer tie' rule won't make it cheaper: Pub boss

    Simon Emeny, CEO of Fuller, Smith and Turner, says an end to Britain's "beer tie" rule is unlikely to lead to cheaper beer.

  • Why Scotch whisky is worth protecting

    Stella David, CEO of Glenfiddich, says Scotch whisky companies have to plan for sales 30 years in advance, and must protect their brands.

  • Widmer Brewing

    Rob and Kurt Widmer, the founders of Portland's Widmer Brothers Brewing, have created a business that has made them the elders of craft brewing.