Tag Archives: Alcoholic beverages

FIFA confirms no alcohol to be sold at Qatar World Cup stadiums

Doha, Qatar CNN  —  Just two days before the World Cup kicks off in Qatar, soccer’s world governing body FIFA confirmed that no alcohol will be sold at the eight stadiums which will host the tournament’s 64 matches. “Following discussions between host country authorities and FIFA, a decision has been …

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Padraig Harrington: Golfer gives fans $100 to buy beers for moving out of shadows

CNN  —  The beers were well and truly on Pádraig Harrington on Sunday. Surging towards an emphatic victory at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship – the PGA Tour Champions season finale – drinks were already set to flow for the Irishman, but Harrington seemed determined to start the party early. …

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2022 PGA Championship: Justin Thomas ‘blown away’ by high prices of beer and food at 2022 PGA Championship

CNN  —  Going to watch live sports has been increasing in price as years have gone by, but enough is enough for Justin Thomas. The 2017 PGA Championship winner is not happy about what fans will have to pay for drinks and food at this year’s edition of the major. …

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Air Company makes vodka out of CO2 emissions, backed by Toyota, JetBlue

At Bathtub Gin, a reinvented speakeasy in lower Manhattan, patrons may be pining for the past but they are drinking a vodka specifically invented for a cleaner future. Air Vodka is made in part from greenhouse gas emissions – specifically, captured carbon dioxide. It is just one of a bevy …

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Molson Coors (TAP) Q4 earnings miss estimates, sales beat expectations

Bottles of Coors beer are displayed on a shelf at a liquor store in Fairfax, California. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Molson Coors Beverage’s Miller Lite and Coors Light saw sales growth in 2021 as the company’s turnaround plan began bearing fruit. Shrinking beer consumption in the U.S. has put …

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Insider tips on visiting French wineries beyond Bordeaux and Burgundy

More wineries in France are opening to visitors, said a French wine tourism expert.   Of France’s 87,000 wineries, only 13% were open to the public five years ago, said Martin Lhuillier, head of wine tourism at Atout France, the country’s tourism development agency. Now, many more have opened their …

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