Yes, the Shape of Your Wine Glass Really Does Matter

There are plenty of good reasons to be sceptical of snobby wine culture.


Dogfish Head’s New Beer Packaging Doubles As A Cooler

Don't let your lack of cooler stop you from enjoying an ice-cold beer.


The Surprising Role Bats Play In Making Your Margarita

The winged mammals play a vital?albeit little-appreciated?role in agave production.


7 Surprising Uses for Tequila

Many spirits are useful for activities beyond sipping (vodka, for example, is a great stain and odor remover), but tequila holds some particularly magical powers. Here are just a few of them.


Want To Improve Your Foreign-language Skills? Grab A Beer.

People get a little more fluent when they're tipsy, a new study found.


Diogenes of Sinope, the Ancient Philosopher Who Lived in a Wine Barrel

Diogenes of Sinope lived in a wine barrel, urinated in public, and was one of the most beloved philosophers of the 4th century BCE.


15 Tea Traditions From Around the World

Drinking tea is a tradition that’s said to date back to 2737 BCE, when, according to legend, Chinese emperor Shennong found his hot water was greatly improved when a dried leaf fell from a plant into his cup.


A San Francisco Company Is Making Wine Without Grapes

Wine has been around for around 9000 years, and with 895 million gallons sold in 2014 in the U.S. alone, it’s safe to say the process is working pretty well for everyone.


Climate change may be coming for your wine

The long fingers of climate change have begun to disrupt our lives in ways we may never have expected.


How 15 Scotch Whiskies Got Their Names

Ever wonder how some of Scotland’s most famous distilleries got their names? Pour yourself a dram and learn about the origins of your favorite whisky. 

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