Sheriff: Inmates Were Fermenting Vegetables To Make AlcoholAn Alabama sheriff says jail inmates were caught making some truly "disgusting" alcohol out of fermenting vegetables.
Secondhand Harms of Drinking Impact 1 In 5 Adults, Study SaysAbout one-fifth of adults in the United States have experienced some form of harm due to someone else's behavior while drinking.
People Are Sick Of Drinking, Investors Bet On The 'Sober Curious'The emergence of sober bars is one of the signals that investor Anu Duggal points to when talking about the trend of not drinking.
Family Dollar Stores To Begin Selling AlcoholThe discount store said it will be selling alcohol in 1000 of it's stores in an effort to boost sales.
Saturday Is National Wine DayThe most popular grape variety for wine is cabernet sauvignon, which is grown on 840,000 acres around the world. 
British People Get Drunk More Often Than Anyone Else, Survey FindsBritish people get drunk more than any other nationality, according to a new global survey.
Binge Drinking Expected To Rise As Alcohol Use Increases Around The World, Study SaysPeople around the world are increasingly bending their elbows. Between 1990 and 2017, per capita adult alcohol consumption increased by nearly 0.7 liters (about the same in quarts) to 6.5 liters (6.9 quarts) annually, new research indicates. The number is predicted to reach 7.6 liters (8 quarts) by 2030.
Even One Alcoholic Drink A Day Can Raise Risk Of Stroke, Study SaysDrinking one or two glass a day may increase the chances of having a stroke, according to a new genetic study.
Comptroller Decries Bill To Take Regulatory Power Over Alcohol, Tobacco, Gas From HimMaryland's comptroller is denouncing a measure that would take regulatory powers over alcohol, tobacco and gasoline away from his office.
Young Adults Are Drinking Themselves To Death, Study FindsAccording to the report published in the journal BMJ, deaths due to cirrhosis increased by 65 percent from 2009 to 2016.
Smugglers Crossing State Lines To Avoid Sales Taxes Cost States BillionsAlcohol and tobacco taxes make millions for Maryland and the State wants to keep it that way.