A round-up of some of the - pretty awful - beer choices if you’re having a dry January
'Wine and beer have been around for more than 5,000 years, so a moderate consumption is unlikely to harm me'
Each week John Wilson picks two wines for you to try at home
Proposed change in law could have huge and positive impact for growth of Irish microbreweries
Poor harvests, along with higher consumption in the US and China, are putting supply under pressure
Craft beer is not about getting drunk, it’s a way to savour something well made
It’s a good time to stock up for New Year’s – and there’s plenty of value offerings out there
Each week John Wilson picks two wines for you to try at home. This week Adega de Pegöes 2015 and Acón Joven 2014
For something a bit different this Christmas, why not host a beer and cheese pairing?
Make sure to leave out a bottle of something special on Christmas night
Sauternes and some German Rieslings strike the right balance of acidity and sweetness
Stock your fridge with some fine Irish offerings for the party season
Each week John Wilson picks two wine for you to try at home. This week: Abellio Albariño Rías Baixas 2015 and Berceo Tempranillo 2015, Rioja
Three of the best alternatives to the usual bottles of fizz for Christmas
Turkey-friendly reds and whites, and something for the goose, beef and curry too
Each week John Wilson picks two wine for you to try at home. This week Aldi Exquisite Collection Limoux Chardonnay 2015, France and Protocolo 2013 VdT de Castilla, Spain
Why don’t pubs make it easier for everyone and have a drinks list – with beers included?
Some warming alternatives to enjoy instead of the usual festive mulled wine
Each week John Wilson finds two wines to try at home.
Galway Bay's Althea, Crafty Brewing’s American Style Pale Wheat Ale and O Brother’s Bonita are three very different and very tasty new releases
From experimenting with recipes in Asian cookbooks, this soup became a regular of mine
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