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Mountain woo-hoo! PepsiCo, Boston Beer to roll out alcohol-infused drink

The company also sold its juice brand portfolio for $3.3 billion.

High-tech Diageo Collaboration Center bows in Stamford

It's designed to share constantly updated data with retailers and distributors in order for them to better understand Diageo’s priorities and how to meet the challenges of a changing alcoholic beverage environment.

Reed’s Inc. debuts its first alcohol product

The Norwalk company partnered with Full Sail Brewing Co. on the product.

NY Gov. Cuomo proposes movies with popcorn, beer, wine and more

When Humphrey Bogart proposes a toast to Ingrid Bergman with “Here’s looking at you, kid” during a screening of “Casablanca” at a New York...

BJ’s Wholesale Clubs to offer same-day alcohol delivery from two Fairfield...

The service is also available at stores in Florida, Massachusetts, North Carolina and Ohio.

Norwalk’s ‘Merican Mule debuts two flavors

"We saw a demand for new twists on the classic," CEO Dean Mahoney said.

Angry Orchard serves up new Spritz Rosé hard cider

Head cider maker Ryan Burk promised "a new style of rosé cider that is incredibly refreshing."

Trade group launches ad campaign to allow CT beer sales in...

CARE's Josh Hughes said Connecticut needs "to adapt with changing times."

Diageo upgrades Smirnoff No. 21 with non-GMO corn

The Norwalk-headquartered company stated that the ingredient change was aimed at consumers who avoid gluten and GMO ingredients in their beverages.

Diageo recruits funnyman Adam Devine for Captain Morgan marketing campaign

In observance of today’s designation as National Rum Day, the comedian and actor has appeared in two online advertisements for the Captain Morgan brand.

Bom Bom Brands debuts liqueur made with hemp milk

"We are thrilled that talking about Fully Baked is no longer on a 'weed-to-know basis,'" said the Greenwich-based company's founders.

Gov. Malloy seeks changes in liquor retail pricing

The governor seeks to combat “artificially inflated” prices that send consumers out of state.