That’s Monophagous: The Woman Who Drinks Nothing But Pepsi And Has Done For The Past 64 Years


It’s unusual to want to consume only the one thing, again and again, day after day, but at least there’s a scientific name for it

 

Trouble Brewing: Climate Change To Cause ‘dramatic’ Beer Shortages


Extreme weather damage to the global barley crop will mean price spikes and supply problems, according to new research

 

German Off-dry Rieslings And The Wines Inspired By Them


Long considered terminally unfashionable, these lovely light low-alcohol wines are staging a comeback. By David Williams

 

Cocktail Of The Week: Bramble


Inspired by the British pastime of brambling, this is a legacy of that legend of the bar scene, Dick Bradsell

 

Drink Young And Beautiful: Wines That Needn’t Wait


Received wisdom says good wines improve with age, yet some are so delicious right now, there’s little point in waiting

 

High Hops: New Zealand Ministry Pumps Millions Into Craft Beer


Ministry of primary industries takes part in project to create a new hops and beer for export

 

Wine Merchants That You Can Trust


When it comes to tasting lesser-known wines, you have to rely on the good name of the importer. Here are three great wines from three reliable firms, says David Williams

 

British Growers Raise A Glass To A Record Red Wine Harvest


Long, hot summer creates ideal conditions for pinot noir vineyards from Kent to Wales

 

Oktoberbest: Is This The Noblest Brewery In The World?


As Oktoberfest climaxes across Europe, we find a Czech brewery that employs disabled workers, funds a primary school and brews an IPA named after Gandhi

 

Using Their Loaf: Baker Reuses Leftovers To Make Waste Bread


Gail’s Bakery pulps old artisan bread into a porridge which is added to traditional ingredients to make a fresh sourdough

 
 
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