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A fishy drink

Don’t expect this one to slither into the U.S. market.
Japan Tobacco Inc. introduced a new drink in Japan called “Unagi Nobori,” or, “Surging Eel.” While animal names are common…

A Tru-ly bad beverage idea

A product popped up on my radar Wednesday that made me dread the inevitable BevNET review. Tru Blood claims to be a synthetic blood substitute. For vampires, mostly. Initially, I…

"Blow" maker a scumbag?

Logan Gola’s Blow Energy Drink Mix got exactly the kind of attention that the BevNET staff was afraid it would.
Last week, U.S. Rep. Mary Bono-Mack – while standing next…

Lawsuit we should all watch

I don’t care if it’s a day old. It’s still really funny. Courtesy of AllAboutJazz.com.
Pepsi Claims Jazz, Issues Cease and Desist
Published: April 1, 2008

By Jeff Fitzgerald, Genius…

Mouse-age in a bottle

Typically, the only good way a mouse and a beverage bottle go together is when Disney partners with Coke for a promotion. Any other combination of rodents and refreshments usually…

Wine-glass Soda

In what may be the most high-brow examination ever performed on a beverage containing high-fructose corn syrup, New York Times wine critic Eric Asimov turned his attention to root beer…

More beverage burglars

It looks like beverage burglars have diversified. The latest pair of drink thieves moved beyond energy drinks and included Loganberry Tea and Jones Soda in their Red Bull heist. Their…