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In the continued quest to become one-stop destinations, dollar stores have begun selling alcohol. While single beers go for $1 or less, only big spenders will opt for dollar store wine, which sells for $2.99 and up per bottle.
Beverage producers just keep on inventing new bottles and cans — and growlers and pouches and “Vinis” — to hold beer, wine and other drinks.
Does bad weather correlate with less drinking? Well, perhaps it does with certain kinds of drinking. Unseasonably cold weather in Brazil, Europe and the U.S. is being blamed as one of the reasons sales are down in early 2013 for …
If the biggest selling point for a new beer is the bottle that it comes in, what does that say about the beer itself?
While some shoppers pounce on rock-bottom prices without hesitation, others are tentative concerning “doorbusters” and eye-popping 80% off deals. After all, doesn’t a cheap price equate to cheap quality?
Hard cider has sometimes been portrayed as the old-fashioned “poor cousin to beer.” But unlike the uniformly sweet, fizzy ciders of the past, today’s alcoholic ciders can be dry, bold, fruity, and complex—enough to be interesting long after autumn’s come and gone. And unlike beer, which is mostly considered a “guy’s drink,” today’s …
Man, I could use a drink. After a day of waiting hours in lines for rides that last three minutes, listening to overindulged children plead for overpriced treats and souvenirs and sweating it out under the hot Florida sun, many a …
Do happier people binge drink more often? When comparing teens and adults, who drinks more soda? Recent surveys and studies reveal all—and the findings may be surprising.