Beer Drinkers Are Tastier to Mosquitoes; Winemakers Take to Plastic
What is it about the subtle pleasure of Kölsch, asks Eric Asimov? "Well, it's a snappy and beautifully refreshing golden ale, bright without being overbearing." Doesn't that sound nice?
Carlsberg, which is mostly known for light lagers, is gearing up to launch Carlsberg Elephant, a "super premium" strong beer.
A new study reveals that people who have consumed a pint or two of beer are 15 percent more likely to be bitten by a mosquito.
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Finnish scientists have cracked open a 170-year-old bottle of beer, salvaged last summer from the wreckage of a ship that sank near the Aland Islands in the Baltic Sea.
Wine producers from New Zealand, the United States, and even France are switching from glass to plastic wine bottles, which can be better for the environment and the wine.
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