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Thursday 2 July 2015

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Brewers and suppliers tack on to craft

Leading drinks suppliers and brewing companies are expanding their craft beer more...

Antipodean craft brewers in tax tussle

A proposed tax refund for craft brewers in Australia should not be extended to more...

Carlsberg creates beer-shampoo

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UK customs seize 550,000 litres of alcohol

More than 550,000 litres of illegal beer, wine and spirits have been seized by more...

Lidl hints at plans for online wine shop

UK supermarket Lidl has not ruled out launching an online wine shop, reporting more...

World's best beer and wine festivals

Forget Glastonbury, these are the festivals you should be making a beeline for more...

UK reviewing alcohol intake guidelines

Health officials are to review the government's drinking guidelines, as more...

Range of Victorian gins launched in UK

A range of gins celebrating the Victorian gin-making era has been launched in more...

UK market in growth as price increases slow

The latest figures from the Wine and Spirit Trade Association show that more...

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Beck's forced to issue $50 refunds

Anyone that has bought a Beck's beer in the past four years could be entitled more...

World's cheapest city for a beer revealed

The average price of a bottle of beer is £1.07 in Krakow and Kiev, making them more...

Tesco to announce more sales woes

Tesco's travails look set to continue, as City analysts say it is preparing to more...

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Chinese student builds house out of beer bottles

An engineering graduate and his father have built a two-storey house made out more...

Ten dead at beer company after attack

An attack at a beer distributor in the Mexican state of Nuevo León has left 10 more...

AB InBev invests $1.5bn in US

Brewing colossus Anheuser-Busch InBev has announced plans to invest over US$1 more...

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Queen releases Bohemian Lager

Rock band Queen have launched a lager to celebrate 40 years since the release more...

The week in pictures

Selfie snaps with the First Minister of Scotland, Pinot Noir with the Queen and more...

Top 10 Hong Kong craft beer bars

Anyone looking to quench their thirst with a ginseng microbrew should more...

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Beer festival in China’s Muslim area angers 'exiles'

In China’s predominantly Muslim region of Xinjiang, exiled groups of Uighur more...

Top 10 new craft beers

With new beers coming onto the market all the time, it can be difficult to keep more...

The week in pictures

25th April, 2014 by Lauren Eads
Alastair Cook, Roland Kannor & Brett Sanders launching Alistair Cook Benefit Beer

Alastair Cook; Roland Kannor, brewer at Brentwood Brewery and Brett Sanders, general manager of the Golden Fleece

England cricketer Alastair Cook went behind the bar at the Golden Fleece in Chelmsford to launch a new fundraising cask ale. A portion of the profits from each pint sold of the beer will go to the Alastair Cook Benefit Fund to support four charities; MIND, Chance to Shine, The David Randall Foundation and The PCA. The 3.8% beer, brewed by the Brentwood Brewery, will be available exclusively in the Golden Fleece and 19 other pubs in the TCG group until mid-May.

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