Baijiu expert Derek Sandhaus explains how the TTB creates confusion and limits diversity by ignoring a wide range of distillates, from soju to aguardiente
How savvy off-premise operators have adapted their approach to inventory management mid-pandemic
Ten rising stars charting creative new paths—and pushing for inclusivity—in the world of wine, beer, and spirits
How the 67 Orange Street owner found long-term success in a developing neighborhood
Small brewers have shifted to beers with longer shelf lives and less expensive ingredients, which means more lagers and fewer IPAs
How a growing number of producers are creating a range of innovative ethanol-free spirits that aim to achieve flavor and textural complexity sans ethanol
Washington’s vast appellation is battling the dreaded vineyard pest for the first time. Why are some wine producers more worried than others?
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Hit harder than most wine regions by rising temperatures and drought, this small country emerges as a global leader in responding to the climate threat
A new definition aims to bring clarity and consensus to the polarizing category, yet it may have the opposite effect
Wine fairs and portfolio tastings are canceled around the world. When will they return, how can they evolve, and—in the meantime—what can take their place?
A once-obscure Piemontese grape is on the rise, and it’s being embraced by Italian producers and American sommeliers