Interactive wine labeling from Puzzle Time. It's probably best to start the crossword before you finish the bottle of wine.
The name might be a turnoff, but the artwork on Mother's Milk Shiraz stands out in a sea of bland wine labels.
Drink 'n' Stick - a wine with a wardrobe. The label peels away to reveal clothing stickers to dress (or not) the pinup model on the front.
Beer as food? Theobroma and Taquamari are brewed with what sounds like a recipe to an entire meal: cocoa, chili, tapioca, quinoa, basmati rice, and others.
Feeling brave? Mikkeller's Beer Geek Brunch Weasel imperial stout is brewed with Kopi Luwak coffee - coffee made from the droppings of Civet cats.
Sierra Nevada introduces what may be the first estate beer in the US, made entirely with the brewery's own crops. And other examples of beer taking cues from wine.
Red Bull beer? Not quite what you'd think.
Bacardi's new 151 labels warn against using the drink for flaming cocktails or drinks. But what else is it good for?
Further evidence that brewers are adding more exotic flavors and ingredients to their beers - Barons employs wattleseed and lemon myrtle, but how do they taste?
Mezcal made with ... chicken? Bevlog investigates Pechuga, an very rare Mezcal where a chicken breast is used in the distillation process.
Bevlog unearths two chestnut beers - Palanfrina is a beer brewed with chestnut flower, dried chestnuts, chestnut honey and chestnut jam.
Beer Cocktails: Beyond the Black and Tan. A Flowery Song brings us a Gin and Not-Tonic made with gin and Bell's Two-Hearted IPA.
Some alcohol beverages use the word "pure" to tout exceptional taste or color ... or perhaps to engage in a bit of self-mockery. Bevlog explores the meaning of the word on labels.
Twenty five or more pounds of apples go into one bottle of vodka distilled from apples, explains Bevlog. But not one drop of artificial neon green apple color...
Bevlog discovers spirits dedicated to the U.S. military.
Bevlog unearths condiment-themed vodkas, including this horseradish vodka to liven up a Bloody Mary.
Bevlog discovers that a number of wine, beer and spirit labels reflect the current state of the economy.