Quench your thirst for the latest beverage trends from organic wine and beer to garden-inspired cocktails.
Find the nearest craft brewery and bring home a growler of this fruity, spicy beer that’s brewed to drink in the summer heat.
Do fatty foods really deter hangovers? Should you take aspirin after a night of drinking? Tackle these topics and separate fact from fiction.
The popular rum cocktail joins technology-borne words like 'vlog' — along with thousands of others that Scrabble players can argue over.
Celebrate National Watermelon Day with a refreshing cocktail that mixes the flavors of the melon with cucumber and lime.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro introduces a tax that would add a 1-cent per teaspoon tax on caloric sweeteners in beverages.
Low in alcohol and soft on bubbles, this crisp white wine is full of “Lively Kisses.”
Read my journal and thoughts from my one-week experiment drinking Bulletproof Coffee every morning.
Turn the abundance of ripe, flavorful, seasonal tomatoes into the unexpected – cocktails fresh from the garden.
From the country’s first certified organic brewery comes a light brew that great for hot, humid days.
Is there a definitive answer to whether it’s okay to let kids try wine or beer? Maybe not. But maybe the question should instead be, 'Who do you want teaching your kids to drink?'
Also known as butter coffee, Bulletproof Coffee is supposed to give you energy and improve your mind. Is it a gimmick?
This simple, classic cocktail using gin and ginger ale deserves to shine this summer.
Made with fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs that can be plucked straight from your garden, these cocktails will help you beat the July heat.
From singer Dave Matthews comes a white blend that’s meant for sipping while staring at the ocean waves.
Samples of yeasts as well as backups of the samples are kept in safekeeping at the British archives that's saving our beer.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.