Of course it’s not Christmas without a Buck’s Fizz before breakfast, a glass of wine with lunch and an evening tot of sherry for mum, but what if you’re looking for something a little more interesting? We’ve discovered the best drinks to make your Christmas Day extra festive.
With sober October and dry January now a regular in our diaries, we’ve searched out the best non-drink drinks to tickle your tastebuds.
Sour beer is a beer produced with an intentional acidic or tart flavour, which was traditionally made in Europe for hundreds of years and is now growing in popularity in the modern craft ale industry.
Siren brewery was started back in 2013 by founder Darron Anley, and named after the Greek mythological creatures
When the sun comes out there’s nothing better than a delicious, refreshing cocktail to enjoy with your barbecue or garden party.
Flavoured vodka is the hottest new trend around right now, and with so many fantastic new flavours to choose from it’s not surprising. Great in cocktails or simply as a shot, vodka is a great blank canvas for layers of extra flavour and can go bold or subtle.
Continuing our series profiling local drinks producers, this month we turn our attention to The Grange vineyard, based in the Itchen Valley, Hampshire.
We all know England is becoming renowned for its fantastic white wines, particularly sparkling, but we shouldn’t overlook English rosé wines, which are another great success story.
Gospel Green is a Hampshire-based artisan cider company, making a delicious champagne-inspired drink.
Craft beers with underlying flavours of exotic, tropical fruit are becoming more and more popular amongst beer drinkers.