The 66 best brews of 2018 in categories including patio beers, IPA, stout and sessionable beers. Plus, the Alberta Brewery of the Year.
If you’re having a backyard wedding or are hosting your reception at a community hall, here are some local spots to buy large amounts of beer, wine and spirits for your guests.
For those times when you want to go for drinks, but don't necessarily want alcohol in all those drinks.
All the bottles our wine columnist Tom Firth suggested we try this year.
Plus, six more breweries that are opening in Calgary in 2018.
Entertaining a crowd is easy when you make a big batch of drinks. Here are a few to try courtesy of the cocktail masters at Cannibale, Native Tongues and Raw Bar.
Value, personality and style — a case for the best sips of the past year.
Seasonal cocktails with surprising ingredients will help you get Carried Away.
Get a discount on wine when you buy multiple bottles at once at these local wine stores.
Making wine without artificial processes creates bottles with plenty of soul.
All 24 of the Locally Designed Beer Labels on Village Brewery's 2017 Village Square Winter Variety Pack
A collaboration between Market Collective and Village Brewery, the bottle labels in this pack feature designs by Alberta artists. The winter variety pack launches on November 1.
Give vermouth a chance at this French brasserie.
It's 25 days of mini bottles that were chosen after crisscrossing Scotland's islands and highlands in search of new single malts.
All you have to do is add spirits and water and you could be enjoying a Caesar, an old fashioned or a margarita.
Cava is a perfectly light anytime sipper and excellent value, too.
Enjoy the taste and convenience of draft beer at your next party
The Guild, an Oliver & Bonacini restaurant, makes a mean sessional cocktail.
Fall’s cool, mild evenings make grilling over a hot fire quite pleasurable, especially when the food is paired with the right wine.