It's marketing itself as a beverage instead of a supplement to qualify for sale to millions of consumers on the government program.
A 4% drop in pint orders and higher prices may signal worse luck ahead for brewers, which rely on March to start a seasonal upswing.
New research gives credence to NYC Mayor Bloomberg's assertion that 'people are dying every day' from sugary drinks.
While not as pronounced as pineapple gin, bourbon aged in maple and wine barrels instead of oak creates spicier, richer varieties.
Beverage companies are big donors to nonprofit and minority groups. And 2 of those groups recently opposed New York's ban on large soda sizes.
Extortionists threaten to add a nasty new ingredient to the energy drink unless the company pays up.
The Irish brewer's longtime use of fish bladders to clarify its stout leaves a segment of drinkers out of the party.
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