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Want to know more about making fizz? Then apply for one of Camp Schramsberg’s scholarships for its ‘spring blending’ session in mid-March 2012.
Vertical Drinks has secured a small batch of Sierra Nevada’s limited-release Hoptimum IPA.
Climate change could make the Napa Valley cooler over time, according to a new in-depth study of the subject.
Next time you’re in the US check out the latest launch from Absolut – Absolut Wild Tea.
The small Napa Valley town of Yountville is claiming the highest per capita concentration of Michelin stars on the planet.
This Derbyshire brewer has released the fruits of its latest collaboration with an American craft brewer.
All Star Lanes has launched what must surely be the most in-depth American whiskey menu in the country.
Mayfair gets a bourbon bar and steakhouse
Fess Parker, winemaker and Davy Crockett TV actor, has died at his home in California at the age of 85.
Vineyard owners across California are on their guard after a potentially devastating moth was found at several sites in the Napa Valley.
With pronounceable names, eye-catching packaging and, of course, great liquid, the American craft brewers are threatening to do to the UK beer market what the Australians did to wine. God Bless Uncle Sam, says Nigel Huddleston
The Pinot Noirs from Oregon’s marginal Willamette Valley are elegant and complex. And pricey. Natasha Hughes finds out whether sommeliers view the wines as a point of difference, or just an expensive indulgence
California’s icon wines have never cut much ice on this side of the Atlantic, and now American sommeliers, too, are increasingly finding other ways to add excitement to their lists. Larry Walker reports on the victory for balance, terroir and the little guy
Solid, rather than great wines, and a return to dominance for South Africa
Micro-distillers, artisan outfits, whatever you like to call them, it’s the little guys who are making some of the most interesting stuff in spirits right now, says Larry Walker