Quench your thirst for the latest beverage trends from organic wine and beer to garden-inspired cocktails.
Have some mistletoe handy, because you'll already be puckered-up from this tart holiday drink.
Here are eight chill-defeating drinks from around the world.
Two favorites that pair well together, red wine and dark chocolate, combine in this warm-you-up, make-you-happy drink.
You're sure to find something for the cocktail enthusiast on your gift list this holiday season.
Drinkers get a 'full body buzz' from the singer’s wine tinctures that are available in California to medical marijuana users.
Like today's humans and modern alcohol, ancient humans may have benefited from a moderate intake of ethanol from rotting fruit.
Try these two non-alcoholic cranberry-based cocktails this weekend and think about serving them for Thanksgiving. One has sophisticated flavors while the other is more mild.
Warre’s Otima Tawny 10 Year Port will warm you up on a chilly evening.
Start planning your Thanksgiving wine selections by trying this sustainable rosé this weekend.
There's a simple rule for ordering from a wine list that will help you avoid any embarrassment.
Depending on where you are in the world, the beverage choices can seem quite strange — at least to outsiders.
Fresh juice, organic vodka, and raspberry liqueur combine to make an orangey-brownish cocktail with black tinges that looks great for Halloween festivities.
A soon-to-be-released book is a well-written, entertaining guide to gin, complete with cocktail recipes. (Plus, a sneak peek at a gin cocktail you've probably never heard of.)
Jason Momoa is in the process of turning a 100-year-old former General Motors plant into the Motor's City's newest beer hall.
Raid your kid’s stash and pop the cork on one of these sustainable wines.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.