Quench your thirst for the latest beverage trends from organic wine and beer to garden-inspired cocktails.
These 10 beer brands have stood the test of time, and you can visit the places where the beer is produced and see the history for yourself.
Dashing the hopes of frat boys everywhere, approval for the dehydrated booze was initially granted by the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau — but the agency is having second thoughts.
“Down to Earth” highlights the sustainability inititaives at several of California’s wineries and opens up your sustainable wine choices.
Award-winning gin and vodka created with attention to sustainable detail at every step of the way.
These wild greens are some of the easiest to forage for. Often all it takes to gather the ingredients is a walk in your yard.
Sure, drinking it is the best thing you can do with a beer, but it does come in handy for other uses, too.
Spring festivities like Easter, Earth Day and just sitting on the back deck enjoying the sun's warmth call for crisp white wines.
Researchers also looked to see which beers were the most popular in a region based on tweets.
Become an expert at tea — for pleasure, health and wellness.
This all-natural limoncello is made from an Italian family recipe over a century old.
The Ooho 'water bottle' is a gelatinous blob that allows you to have your bottled water (minus the plastic) and eat it too.
If you think the waste from one little K-Cup doesn’t make much of a difference, think again.
Tin Man Brewing Company says the new Dunkelweizen ale has an aroma of 'mild banana and clove.'
Record-high temperatures have been beneficial for grape growing in Scotland, a country that hasn’t had a wine making culture until now.
Yes, you really can open a bottle of wine with nothing more than a wall, a shoe and a little technique.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.