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Demand for non-alcoholic drinks "explodes" as more Australians rethink their drinking habits.
The Scholarly Kitchen "We are in the middle of a new political dynamic here in the US – one that has been building for over a decade. This new dynamic has meant that science and scientists are being viewed with a level of distrust – and even, at times, hostility – that is unprecedented in modern...
We know that the ancient Greeks made wine as early as 4300 BC, but a new analysis of preserved seeds suggests grapes were domesticated around 2000 BC
Microbe new to science found in self-fermented beer: New technique helps disentangle the various species of yeast and bacteria that live in “'wild beer”' "In May 2014, a group of scientists took a field trip to a small brewery in an old warehouse in Seattle, Washington. They were looking for some...
Bigger wine glasses make us drink too much, says researcher: Today’s glasses, 450ml compared with 65ml 300 years ago, encourage consumption, Cambridge scientist tells Hay festival
Weaker drinks 'to solve health problems', say councils - BBC News: Weaker beers, ciders, wines and spirits are what is needed to tackle drink-related health problems, local councils in England and Wales say.
China creates gene-edited ‘micropigs’ to satisfy an emerging fringe pet market | ExtremeTech: The Beijing genomics institute is now offering genetically-modified 'micropig' pets in a variety of different flavors to the discriminating swine enthusiast.