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In the world of craft beer and spirits, imagination and product innovation are never in short supply. Persimmon ale? Check. Smoked bourbon? Yep. Oyster

Vineyard tours were once reserved for people in the industry along with members of the media and wine clubs. Now, though, a handful of

Toast Ale is a liquid message in a bottle: a beer brewed in the UK with fresh, surplus bread that would otherwise be thrown

Craft brewers are turning to local farmers, foragers and fauna to source their ingredients -- from persimmons and pumpkins to hops and wild yeast.

2014 is a great vintage in Chablis. Although June was hot and sunny, July and August were cooler than usual. As in so many

Every year since 1997, a merry band of winemakers and faithful volunteers have staged a Bacchanalian winter wine festival in the heart of France's