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Craft spirits and craft brewers compete for thirsty consumers

by Maggie Mullen May 9, 2019
It's a hard-fought battle for market share.
A customer sips on a glass of craft beer at a California brewery.
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As cider market grows, a push to appeal to higher-end consumers

by Britta Greene Dec 12, 2018
Cider sales in the U.S. have grown over the past decade. But some cider makers say the the market still isn’t valuing their product for what it’s worth.
Orchards in Lebanon, New Hampshire belonging to Steve Wood, of Farnum Hill Ciders, where he grows apples specifically for cider making.  
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Rosé is becoming a year-round trend

by John Laurenson Aug 20, 2018
Rosé wine was long dismissed by wine buffs as cheap and cheerful. But the popularity of rosé is surging in the United States, where sales doubled in 2017. The biggest rosé region is in Provence, France. The French still tend to…
Rosé: You can drink it past Labor Day.
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The cannabis brand wars: which companies will come out on top?

by David Brancaccio Apr 20, 2018
There are more than 60,000 cannabis companies in North America alone.
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Inside the booming black market for bourbon

by Adam Allington Jun 14, 2017
High demand and short supply mean some labels are all but unavailable in stores.
During the early 1920s, Old Pogue Distillery, (Mason County, Kentucky) sold limited quantities of its whiskey for medicinal purposes under the Old Jordan brand.
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Jose Cuervo to go public amid political uncertainties

by Andy Uhler Feb 8, 2017
The company has more than 25 percent of the U.S. tequila market.
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Whiskeys have to age for years, so how do distilleries make money?

by Sally Herships Mar 7, 2016
Distillers have to find another way to make money while whiskey ages.
Barrels of whiskey aging at the Kings County distillery.  Colin Spoelman, Kings County’s master distiller says when it comes to aging whiskey, a barrel can be like a tea bas. “The first time you use it, you get a lot of spice, a lot of infusion, flavor.”
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Hard cider sales bubble up

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 31, 2015
A new bill will likely help cider makers boost sales and expand the market.
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Work hangovers cost billions in productivity

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 16, 2015
All your crazy keggers are taking a toll on the economy.

Colleges compare tactics for cutting down drinking

by Tony Wagner Sep 23, 2015
The government has pooled research into a sort of cost-benefit analysis for schools.