What comes after the Aperol spritz? The obvious response—”Another Aperol spritz!”—is beginning to seem a little less obvious. After years of popularity throughout Europe, the cocktail finally cracked US
A weird flex: Back in the spring I was asked to speak to a class at Yale University about cheesy drinking trends of the 1980s, a topic I’ve inexplicably become an expert on. When I casually brought up
Millennials are thirsty, and it's not for beer or traditional hard liquor. Instead, they've been quenching their thirst with hard seltzer — the "drink of the summer," according to Sheila Marikar for The
Millennials are cutting back on alcohol, and beer is being hit the hardest. 31% of millennials polled by Bank of America Merrill Lynch said they are drinking less alcohol than before, up from 21% in 2018.
Low calorie! Less than 1 gram of sugar! Gluten-free! While these phrases are commonly plastered on food packaging, it's now not unusual to find wine and spirits brands touting these attributes. Nowadays,