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Pacific Standard Bar raises the bar in Bangsar

The Pacific Standard Bar in Bangsar has a variety of tantalising cocktails on its menu.

Members call EGM to revoke Negeri-owned golf club’s ban on beer

They say the decision to halt the sale of beer is against the club's constitution.

Haagen-Dazs ice creams get spiked with rum, bourbon and stout

There's no danger of eating and driving here, as products contain less than 0.5% alcohol.

UK approves tycoon Mallya’s extradition to India

The order follows a London court's ruling in December that Mallya, who moved to Britain in March 2016, be extradited to India to face fraud charges.

Prices of cigarettes go up next month

Recent implementation of SST will cause prices for all types of tobacco products to increase.

Three foreigners arrested for distributing fake liquor

They are believed to have been actively producing the counterfeit liquor for the past six months.

Crack down on cheap liquor sold in homes and sundry shops

These drinks are packaged in small bottles of between 140ml and 175ml and sold for as little as RM1.50 to RM3.

Brewery: Lab tests confirm Kingfisher beer methanol-free

It says its sales in countries like Singapore and Japan have been badly affected after reports of deaths from toxic alcohol poisoning in Malaysia.

Dzulkefly: Stay away from liquor with unclear labelling

Health minister says alcoholic beverages involved in the deaths of 19 people may be counterfeit products.

Dom Pérignon to launch its historic 2008 vintage this fall

Dom Pérignon is distinguished from other champagne brands by its insistence that Dom Pérignon can only be made from grapes harvested in a single year.

Critics want to revoke Trump Hotel’s liquor license

Local law requires liquor license holders to be "of good character."

Disagreeing doesn’t mean you should be a thug

Whether or not a store has the licence to sell liquor does not give people the moral authority to demand that their orders be obeyed.

Cuban rum and the end run around the US blockade

Cuba's signature rum, Havana Club, competes with the best known brands in the world even though it cannot be sold in the largest rum-consuming market.

China’s craving for fiery liquor boosts outlook for Moutai

In addition to raising prices, the company, which last year overtook Diageo Plc as the world’s top distiller by market value, is looking to grow by expanding beyond its core liquor operations.

Retrial ordered for Khalid’s defamation suit against ex-Selangor exco

Court of Appeal finds High Court judge was wrong in striking out Hasan Ali's defence on Dec 16, 2016 over a mistake.

No problem with Chinese workers at TRX site, say residents

Locals say the labourers are noisy and gamble after work, but do not disturb residents or businesses.

Frequent flyers, ex-cabin crew say no to MAS alcohol ban

Former stewardess questions need to ban serving alcohol on Malaysia Airlines when airlines from Muslim nations - Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways - have no such rule.

Govt is powerless to ban alcohol on flights, says Liow

He says serving of alcoholic beverages is up to the airline as it is a business decision.

PAS calls for alcohol-free MAS flights

PAS Youth deputy chief Ahmad Fadhli Shaari says Malaysia should emulate airlines in other Muslim countries that do not serve alcohol on board their planes.

‘Address easy access to contraband cigarettes, liquor’

Criminologist says just increasing fines is not going to solve the problem and enforcement must be stepped up

RM100,000 fine proposed for illegal cigarettes, liquor

Customs director-general T Subromaniam says the proposal is expected to be brought to Parliament in July.

Lawyer: Not true serving alcohol deters attendance at Bar events

Bar Council member Syahredzan Johan says alcohol is not served at most events and giving the impression that alcohol is the reason many lawyers do not attend events is inaccurate.

Amanah MP: Don’t burden non-Muslims with high liquor tax

Kota Raja rep also suggests having separate stores to sell liquor and cigarettes.

Labuan trade chambers oppose ruling on duty-free items

Labuan Customs has stationed officers at all 20 licensed duty-free-shops on the island to monitor the sale of cigarettes and alcoholic drinks.

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