"Fear and misinformation have generated a dangerous myth that consuming high-strength alcohol can kill the COVID-19 virus. It does not," the World Health organisation stressed on Tuesday.
Forget shots on a Friday night, tequila now has a new function. Being used to power cars.
A carbon-negative vodka brand has switched up production to help provide essential supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The interconnected nature of our countries (which allowed this virus to spread so quickly) will ironically be the antidote to the disastrous economic implications we can expect. International trade is the accelerant that will get our economies moving again.
Distilleries and breweries around the world have been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, but some are fighting back by switching production to hand sanitiser
Millennials may not be able to afford a house but they know how to throw a party on a shoestring .
The bans will take place at Magaluf and a number of other party destinations.
We spend a weekend in Champagne, France, to sample the best the region has to offer from hotels to tastings and wellbeing experiences.
Wine and cheese go together, but wine and running is not such a common pairing. The only way to understand it, is to be part of it.
Because accidents happen.
Artificial intelligence is set to stop young people thinking wine is 'pompous'.
'Non' to Dry January in France, says President Emmanuel Macron
Jim and Tonic distill their gin behind their south London bar and grow many of their botanicals on site.
Not only do small distillers generate local jobs and revenue, they are increasingly a huge draw for tourists looking to experience the unique craft and heritage of Europe’s spirit sector.
Meet the activists fighting Russia's home-made alcohol epidemic
The market for cannabis is exploding. You'll be able to do much more than smoke it over the next decade.
It means nothing wasted or even recycled, while saving water that would usually be used to wash up too.
A new report from the World Health Organisation has found a correlation between decreasing alcohol consumption in Russia and lengthier life expectancies.
Of course, there are times when the wait staff at Oktoberfest have to deal with difficult customers. "I think if you just have good banter, or a 'mouth like a sword' as they say in Bavaria, you can actually get by quite well with that."
Sake is a great alternative to wine to accompany seafood dishes
The future involves drinks imprinted with selfies and recipes based on the brain's individual response to smells. Bartenders also used machines such as centrifuges and rotavaps to extract flavours.
Sake, a complex drink from Japan is gaining popularity among cooks and wine enthusiasts in Europe especially as an accompaniment to seafood dishes
Sake specialists are trying their best to introduce the unique characteristics of this complex fermented drink to the greatest number of people outside Japan
In Japan, there are not many rules for drinking sake, but one fundamental rule is that you never serve yourself
Japan’s iconic drink, sake, is still little known outside the country. But that could be about to change.
In this exclusive video we show you each step in the sake production process