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How to buy alcohol online and where to shop

If you want to buy alcohol online, whether it's beer, wine, or liquor, here is how you can find it, and where are the best places to purchase from.

14 places to buy alcohol online — from general online liquor stores to monthly wine delivery services

Online delivery services can make buying alcohol easier and more convenient. We found 14 sites where you can order alcohol and have it delivered.
Utopias is no ordinary beer.

We tried the $210 beer that’s banned in 15 states, and the polarizing drink was like nothing we’d ever tasted before

We tasted Sam Adams Utopias, the exclusive $210 barrel-aged beer that's banned in 15 states, and it was a steampunk journey into another dimension.
Sean Harrison Plymouth Gin master distiller

A master gin distiller says ‘there’s no such thing as a vodka martini’ — and it’s not the only thing you’re gettin...

Business Insider spoke to Sean Harrison, Plymouth Gin's master distiller and reinventor of Mr King's 1842 recipe.
Frapin, a cognac maker in Segonzac, France.

How 18 of the oldest companies on Earth have been making money for centuries, from guns to beer to shipping

The longest-lasting businesses produce food items, alcohol, or even firearms — things people have been interested in for centuries.
The Macallan 60 Year Old whiskey sold for more than $1.5 million.

The 10 most expensive wines and spirits sold by Christie’s in 2018, including a single bottle of whiskey that went for $1.51 million

Christie's sold its most expensive spirit lot this year with a single bottle of 60-year-old whiskey that went for more than $1.5 million.
Do you know your Calvados from your Cognac?

Calvados is making a comeback — here’s everything you need to know about the apple brandy

Business Insider caught up with the team behind 30&40 Calvados to find out about spirit and how it differs from Cognac.
Día de los Muertos.

5 spiritual holidays around the world that honor the dead

Despite all the candy and costumes today, Halloween started as a way to remember the dead. And while not many other countries celebrate it, they do have their own holidays that pay homage to ancestors and people who have since passed away.
The ice is meant to be used with top-shelf spirits.

This company is selling individually carved ‘luxury’ ice cubes made of purified water — and charging $325 for 50 cubes

California company Glace Luxury Ice sells pouches of 50 "luxury" ice cubes for $325. The ice, which comes in cube or sphere shapes, is meant to be better than regular ice because it's "purified of minerals, additives and other pollutants," according to the company.