Quench your thirst for the latest beverage trends from organic wine and beer to garden-inspired cocktails.
A Japanese brewery is test marketing beer cans with carbon footprint labeling. Do you care?
At midnight, pop open a bottle of organic bubbly and start the new year right.
GREAT BEER. GREAT RESPONSIBILITY
Instead of just throwing them away, try these creative uses for empty wine bottles
MNN's Michael Venezia selects three California wines from Iron Horse Vineyards.
Celebrate Hanukkah (or Christmas even) with Jewbelation, a dark brew from He'Brew.
Brewing your own beer gets chemicals, waste and greenhouse gases out of your mug.
If you're looking to green your spirits this holiday season, I've got the booze for you.
Let your hostess know your bottle of wine is a gift with these fun tags.
Visiting a local wine region is a perfect choice for a weekend getaway or a free Saturday. Find one near you and follow the trail.
Just when you're trying to get used to a plastic wine cork, along comes the plastic wine bottle. Can you deal with the change? Can I?
If you're a wine lover who likes to spend some free time learning more about vino, this resource will lead you to events near you.
Being more environmentally responsible when drinking your beer isn't difficult at all. Here are five ways.
Wine bottle corks are small and biodegradable. Why should we bother to recycle them?
Celebrate spring by brewing your own wine and beer. Relaxing post-work with a cold one will be that much more rewarding.
UncommonGoods’ vintage pool ball stoppers are just the things to add whimsy to your sipping party.
Stay-at-home mom on eco-friendly food options.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living