The Czech Republic, Germany and Poland are among Europe’s biggest beer drinkers, latest figures reveal.
The data, obtained by Euronews to mark
A visitor to a Swiss ski resort has lavished 8,700 euros on a single glass of whisky.
The man, from China, paid 9,999 Swiss Francs to taste a
Have a sip of Garrus, the world’s most expensive Rosé wine.
France's 2017 win production could hit a 'historic low' after harvests were hit by a cold snap in Spring.
Diageo buys Geroge Clooney's tequila company for $1 billion
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Ordering a beer is a whole new experience in some restaurants in Prague, with a 400-metre miniature railway system that
Record-breaking bartenders prove their skills in Mexico City.
The world's first cocktail bar dedicated to the art of combining cocktails and perfumes.
Nine peopleshot dead following dinner party dispute.
An underground beer pipeline is being laid to quench the thirst of heavy metal fans at one of Europe’s biggest music festivals.
The Wacken Open Air
A craft brewery in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv has begun producing a new type of beer devoted to the 45th president of the United States.
Lithuanians are the world’s heaviest drinkers and their boozing is showing no signs of slowing, new data reveals.
The vivid and pulsing downtown party zone of Budapest exhibits how a city can transform over a half a century.
Two students at Yale University say they have developed a hangover-prevention supplement that actually works.
Cork producers turn to high tech to win back customers who changed to screw caps and plastic stoppers.
Canadian liquor authorities are recalling bottles of Bombay Sapphire after it was revealed they contained nearly double the amount of alcohol.
Pope Emeritus Benedict celebrated his 90th birthday on Monday (April 17) in the garden of his residence in the Vatican.
Less wine was produced around the world last year the International Organisation of Vine and Wine says, but the value of sales rose.
Mass alcohol poisoning has killed at least 58 people in Russia and hospitalised dozens.
Why just drink it, when you can also bathe in it?
Milk and honey are not the only things that flow from the olive tree-peppered hills of Ramallah. There is also beer.
It is a parting gift from President Obama to US tourists in Cuba.
4,000 litres – how much is pumped an hour Four million euros – how much it cost Three kilometres – the total length Belgium’s new beer pipeline opens It is one pipe dream that has very much become
An alcohol ban has come into force in Lille and other major French cities in a bid to curb the violence which has so far marred Euro 2016.
The French government has called on cities hosting Euro 2016 matches to ban the sale of alcohol near venues and fan zones.
The country is the largest consumer of alcohol in the EU