The Beer Market, opening this weekend near PNC Park, has a huge beer selection, but no food, so bring your own.
Dreadnought Wines bringing a world-class wine and spirits education program to the Strip District.
The first Pittsburgh Cider & Mead Festival hits Lawrenceville on Saturday and may open some eyes -- and taste buds.
Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week encompasses hundreds of events across the city and region, April 19 through 28.
Lawrenceville businesses that serve alcohol learn more about what they already knew: They have a tough job.
More than two dozen local brewers collaborate on five brews for Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week later this month.
Amy Stewart's guide to the botany of booze is a reference manual, cocktail recipe book and history lesson, told with a scholar's rigor.
Events are coming together for the second Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week later this month.
Disobedient Spirits will be open soon in Indiana County; Midnight Madness launched by three CMU students
The origins of wine go back 7,000 years to Mesopotamia. It always has played a role in the rites of the Jewish and the Christian faith.
A liquor privatization plan is headed to the House floor after a Republican-driven committee vote Monday.
As consumers become versed in the culture of cocktails, herbal spirits are becoming more popular.
Another local craft brewer officially launches tomorrow evening at Shadyside's William Penn Tavern.
I spent an enjoyable and enlightening day with several hundred Pittsburgh wine enthusiasts. Now I'm boiling with anger -- but not with them.
The look these bottles of beer are sporting? "Pub Sweaters." I saw them at Mt. Lebanon's Winterfest this past Saturday.
The American Wine Society is the largest consumer based wine organization in North America.
Tender Bar + Kitchen, the soon-to-open Lawrenceville lounge, has an impressive lineup of star-tenders -- and quality cocktails.
At 7 p.m. tonight at Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery in Homestead, they'll hold the annual tapping of Fire Chief Ale.
What is a sommelier? John Wabeck of Spoon Restaurant, the latest addition to sommelier ranks here, will qualify for a master certificate.
The owners of Maker's Mark bourbon have reversed its plan to reduce its alcohol content.
At least two chocolate brews are expected to be brought to Mt. Lebanon's Winterfest by home brewers participating in the event this month.