Millennials are drinking less, spurring beverage companies to create alternatives to traditional cocktails — using herbs, spices, citrus and veggies to craft unique flavors for nonalcoholic drinks.
A new study concluded that even small amounts of alcohol can be harmful to health, but critics say the paper raises undue alarm about moderate use.
Drying herbs changes their flavor, which is why I like to use other methods for preserving herbs. Here are three ways to keep those flavors fresh all year long.
Oaxaca is the heart of mezcal country, where the pungent booze is made from the same plant as tequila by traditional distillers.
Since you'll be freezing the watermelon, you won't need to add ice to this drink. The cucumber and lime add some additional refreshing flavor.
In Europe, pine-flavored spirits are a staple at ski lodges, and now more American distilleries are experimenting with trees.
Cookie-dough-themed cocktails are a trend this holiday season, including at a D.C. pop-up where they're the most popular drinks.
Nationally, hard apple cider has enjoyed of renaissance of sorts over the past few years. Sales growth neared triple-digits just a few years ago.
Homebrewers run into trouble scaling up their production because there isn’t equipment specifically made to accommodate the unique requirements of kombucha.
The guys of Oddball Fermentables are crafting mead and cyser, or as they call it, "wine, made by guys who like beer."
Fresh lemon verbena gives a citrus zing to this cocktail. The sugar-coated rim on the cocktail glass makes it even more special.
Let's flesh out the details of making home brew. Lesson number one: proper sanitation is vital to a tasty batch of beer!
Brad Dunn encourages you to try something different this St. Patrick's Day. These four Irish whiskeys are great no matter if you're shooting, mixing or sipping.
Unrestricted beer drinking in Iceland turns 24 today. To celebrate, Kira Bennett pours us up a pint of history.
This stuff is rich, but you’re only going to have a couple times a year, around the holidays, so you might as well make the real thing.
Pick up a bottle of your favorite local red wine and make this yummy warm drink.
We visit Brothers Drake Meadery to taste their many varieties of honey wine. And what is killing all the bees? Harvest Public Media might have an answer.
Matt Colglazier turned a passion for spirits into something more with American Craft Spirits website. He takes us on a tour of some small American distilleries.
Some die-hard Kombucha fans are finding empty store shelves where their favorite fermented tea should be.
Kombucha is a fermented drink that can be made on a countertop. It has to be divided and shared regularly, making it a fun fermented food to make and share.