Vodka made with grain and water from the Chernobyl exclusion zone has been described by one of its creators as “the most important bottle of spirit in the world.”
Scottish engineers built a tiny taster that, like a human tongue, is able to distinguish between subtle differences in taste.
A booze tax war has broken out between Estonia and Latvia, but, at a border town on the frontline, there is little sign it’s had much impact.
Germany produced 21% of the total EU beer production in 2018.
A booze tax war has broken out between Baltic neighbours Latvia and Estonia, who are among the EU’s biggest consumers of alcohol.
The Tequila brand reducing carbon emissions, by sustainably sourcing their cocktail ingredients
How did European hop farmers adapt and start this resurgence in the wake of the craft beer movement?
Winemakers aim at 25 per cent reduction of the Champagne's carbon footprint by 2025, with a 100% sustainable viticulture.
A woman in Lithuania gave birth to a baby girl with more alcohol in her system than it would take to seriously threaten the health of an adult
These award-winning winemakers have quietly remained ever-present throughout European history.
Inventors in Germany have developed a bracelet aimed at combatting a fear of many clubbers — drink spiking.
New research finds that just one to two drinks a day can increase the risk of having a stroke
Our collective thirst for Prosecco is causing potentially disastrous consequences for the environment in North Eastern Italy where it is produced.
From the Baltic States to Hungary down to Croatia, Eastern Europe is proving very fertile for craft beer.
A new campaign states that French people should drink no more than two glasses of alcohol per day and not every day.
Drink-drivers in France will be able to avoid losing their licence... by installing a device that immobilises their vehicle if it detects alcohol above the legal limit.
The spirit company changing the face of alcohol production.
The sparkling wine production with a ‘zero environmental impact’ motto
At least 150 people have died from drinking toxic illegal alcohol in Assam in northeast India.
"Grape before grain" holds no truth whatsoever, scientists in the UK and Germany have found.
These are more than just a venue for drinking
“There’s space for women, and please come and join us. Just do it.”
Female leaders in Champagne: important influences on the direction of the region.
Britons are increasingly resolving to lay off the booze for 31 days as they re-examine their less than healthy relationship with booze.
Award-winning breweries worldwide are tackling the issue of climate change one innovation at a time.
Households in the European Union spent more than €130 million on alcohol in 2017, but how do different member states compare?