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Philippine distiller Emperador boosts Spain investments

Manila - Emperador, the Philippines' largest liquor-maker, said on Friday it has increased its investments in Spain by acquiring half of brandy producer Bodega Las Copas for 60 million euros ($82 million).The deal with Spanish sherry, wine and brandy-maker Gonz...
In the Media by AFP

Drinking without the dreaded hangover

It seems as though there is always a new way to get high. The three main means are – pop a pill, smoke a joint, or take a drink. Man in all his wisdom seeks new ways to experiment with loosening of the mind, releasing the creativity, or easing the pain.
In the Media by W. Mark Dendy - 6 comments

Bootleg liquor kills dozens in India

Over the course of three days forty-two people in northern India has died in hospitals after drinking toxic bootleg liquor.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Spanish MPs to lose subsidy on 'gin & tonics' in Parliament cafés

Madrid - Turns out Spanish politicians have had access to discounted booze at the café and restaurant in the Spanish Parliament in Madrid. Public outrage has prompted a committee to put a stop to the benefit.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Review: New luxury rum 'Panamonte' to hit U.S. stores this summer Special

Panama City - Panamonte XXV Reserva Preciosa, a limited-run, 25-year-old Panamanian aguardiente taking the rum community by storm, will hit U.S. stores as early as June.
Digital Journal Report by Jeff Campagna - 5 comments

Inmates file suit, blame alcohol for their crimes

Boise - Five Idaho inmates have filed a lawsuit against eight beer, wine and liquor companies claiming alcohol is responsible for them being sent to prison.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 6 comments

Czech Republic bans hard-liquor sales after wave of poisonings

Prague - At least 19 people are dead, another 24 are in hospital, some blinded, others in induced comas to try to save them, after drinking methanol-laced alcohol, sold in bars, restaurants and stores. And it has forced the Czech government to take strong action.
In the Media by Darren Weir

Ont. convenience stores petition Queen's Park to sell beer, wine

Toronto - Ontario convenience stores in 20 cities are petitioning Queen's Park to be allowed to sell beer and wine in their stores. The Ontario Convenience Stores Association (OCSA) has collected 112,500 names from more than 200 communities.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Video: Shell's fake rig spews liquor over guests at PR event Special

Seattle - A recently uploaded video shows a Shell launch event gone horribly wrong: a small fake oil rig designed to pour drinks malfunctioned and ended up spraying fancily dressed guests with liquor like an out-of-control hose. Some believe it's a hoax.
Digital Journal Report by David Silverberg - 2 comments

Dutch man to sell off his $8 million collection of rare booze

While most of us have a few bottles of liquor tucked away in our cabinets, one Dutch man is putting all other boozehounds to shame with his collection of rare alcohols valued at $8 million.
In the Media by Tucker Cummings
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