Everyone has a few sunset snaps stored on their camera roll, if it isn’t already splashed across social media, so why not use them to win the good stuff?
Ever wondered what a raspberry flavoured pale ale would taste like? Well, you can have a try at 5PM today if you find yourself at one of the places around the country.
When you win South African Winery of the Year you get certain bragging rights, and I think we all deserve a glass or three of the good stuff this week.
It’s that time of the year again when rivers are dyed green and pseudo-Irish “descendants” don any and everything green to pay homage to the patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick (affectionately known as Paddy).
How long has it taken for South Africa to establish a national beer day? I totally agree, far too long.
A trend that began in Berlin, Beer Yoga has made its way to Australia – so that must mean it’s only a matter of time before it lands on our shores.
It’s juicy with a subtle bitterness. When it pours, it’s a light golden colour with a tightly packed white head. It has good retention.
You know when you get drunk and decide to Snapchat naked selfies to your significant other? Here’s a heads up: Don’t do it while driving.
There’s nothing like a truck load of beer to get you excited for self-driving trucks, right? Totally – check it out.
I’m getting more and more into wine as I get “older” – which means headlines like this make me quite jumpy. What’s next – a global cigar shortage?
Ever thought about tasting a luxury potato chip, made from some of the finest Nordic ingredients? You will have to carry on dreaming, for they are already sold out.
Drinking with friends on a night out to celebrate the end of the school year, one popular matric pupil has tragically died.
How often have you blacked out during a big night, whether on purpose or by mistake, from excessive drinking? Well, unsurprisingly, it’s pretty common
If the new proposed liquor laws are signed off, some of South Africa’s coolest party strips and establishments might be no longer operational.
If you are really struggling to impress your friends with party tricks then we’ll lend a helping hand. We take no responsibility for their reactions, however.
Reading about how to pair wine with a food can sometimes go over your head, but this simple guide from a local expert should do the trick.
The Western Cape Government’s plan to tackle SA’s alcohol problem is now leaning towards pedestrians, and you might find yourself breathalysed in the future.
The Western Cape government is attempting to curb the province’s alcohol consumption, doing so by putting in place some potentially unpopular policies.
Every wondered how you became so drunk, all the while drinking less than those around you? Let’s turn to science for the answer to that one.
If you’re hopping on a plane and heading to a beer festival it’s probably Oktoberfest, and I don’t think North Korea’s efforts are going to change that.
We know that come rain or shine South Africans are going to have a toot or two, so let’s look at which pubs have been helping us out the longest.
Ever wake up with a foggy recollection of shots flying in and around your face? Of course you have, but you’ve a long way to go until you reach this level.
You think you’re in for an awkward Christmas with the in-laws? Wait until you read about how the wheels came off in this Bloem home.
If a glass of wine on a hot summer’s day tickles your fancy then this might be right up your alley. Just in time for those festivals, me thinks.
To party like a rockstar means living life on the edge, so where in Cape Town are the biggest jollers going to be breaking it down?
Sometimes you want to be in the know to enjoy your meal, and sometimes you want to impress. With a few simple tips, turns out you can do both.
Every relationship ends up on the rocks at some point, but maybe one of the keys to a happy home is a few toots here and there.
Who doesn’t like tequila? How about a tequila temple? Of course Cape Town is showing the rest of the country how it’s done.
There was a time when a case of beer cost less than R100. Those days are gone, but you can still land great deals if you know what you’re doing.
It’s no secret that us South Africans love our beer, but how does the price of a bevvie here at home compare to those abroad?