Nelson is already famous for its craft breweries. Could craft distilleries be the next big thing?
Moa shares jump as narrowed its full year loss as it gains market share in supermarket sales.
It's inconvenient, say locals who like a wine with dinner, as an alcohol ban takes effect.
Nothing beats a perfectly poured beer, and Hamilton can claim one of the best at it.
Could Dunedin be the new winemaking area of New Zealand?
Rosebud cocktails at Chow: A Wellington barfly's Shaker favourite
Vine plantings are growing for the booming wine industry.
Have you ever wondered what to do with those used Nespresso pods piling up in your rubbish bin?
Tired of nasty hangovers? "Healthy hedonists" are finding a cleaner way to celebrate.
Over the years I've been writing this column for New Zealand's smaller regional newspapers I've constantly faced one major problem: the interesting, flavoursome and diverse range of beers that I most enjoy drinking and writing about are often available only in specialist shops and bars in the larger cities.
Michael Donaldson has a list of beers you can bet on
Cargo Brewery is launching a one-off pale ale for the Pie, Pint and Pinot this year.
I heard recently that the technological advancement called "electronic noses" may start making airport sniffer dogs redundant.
Fancy a tipple but fresh out of tonic water? Try these refreshing gin cocktails.
The Moonlight Track is a peated stout, which means some of the malt has been smoked over peat producing a light, whisky aroma and flavour on the nose.
Boutique breweries have taken out top awards at the annual Beer and Cider awards.
Kapiti Coast brewery Tuatara was the big winner at latest national awards.
Thanks to wine expert's new book, I'm basically now a booze genius.
Moa – for a brewery named after an extinct bird they manage to ruffle a lot of feathers.
Dr Libby, New Zealand's favourite wellbeing expert, answers readers' questions about their health.
Coffee brewers will test their skills with the new AeroPress coffee maker at a competition in New Plymouth this weekend.
Purchasing burgundy without any tasting or knowledge is a fraught business. A bit like going in blind to choose a takeaway bar late at night on main street Dannevirke. The scales are tipped in favour of disappointment.
Hops make beer bitter but they have a way of making you better.
Home brewing has moved beyond dim garages and dirty drops as sales soar for raw ingredients and equipment.
Raucous all-girl drinking societies at Britain's leading universities are more than a match for the boys.
Neat Places finds some of the best Christchurch has to offer in craft beer filleries.
A once-popular Wellington eatery is in liquidation, less than a year after being sold to a new owner.
OPINION: Lion brewer Laura Smith on being a female in the beer industry.
Auckland brewery voices political views.