The Best of VinePair
9 most popular VinePair articles, as voted by our community.
Drinking is culture.
VinePair on Business
German Brewers Are Facing One of Their Biggest Challenges Yet — A Shortage of Beer Bottles
German brewers are now urging the country's beer lovers to return their empty glass bottles as the country faces a shortage.
VinePair on Food
Dos and Dont's for Serving and Eating Cheese [Infographic]
While there’s no wrong way to eat cheese, there are some best practices to ensure you’re getting the most out of your cheese experiences.
VinePair on Travel
11 Of The Best Craft Beer Trails In America
Looking to take a great craft beer fueled vacation? Here are 11 of the best Craft Beer Trails in America. Cheers!
VinePair on Wine
The Oldest Person Alive Drinks a Glass of Wine a Day
The oldest person alive, 118 year old French nun, Sister André, says that she drinks a glass of wine each day.
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National Media Hyped My City’s Bar Scene. Locals Are Losing Out.
By 2018, Portland was dubbed Bon Appétit's “Restaurant City of the Year.” Over the next few years the city exploded.
These Craft Cocktail Bars Make Their Hotels a Destination
These hotel bars have become a draw for guests and make the hotels destinations for locals as well as visitors staying elsewhere.
Of Bovines and Booze: How Dairy-Based Alcohol Is Finally Gaining a U.S. Hoof-Hold
The past 10 years have been an unparalleled parade of beverage-alcohol innovation, including ethyl-izing dairy.
How Wine Bricks Saved The U.S. Wine Industry During Prohibition
Thanks to a loophole in the law, wineries in California survived prohibition in large part because of the creation of an ingenious product, the wine brick.
An Illustrated Guide to Beer Can and Bottle Sizes (Infographic)
Don't get caught not knowing what a "bomber" is. Instead, read this handy guide to beer bottle and can sizes, so you can impress your friends with a bucket of nips.
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