The new Michelin Guide has backed the improving quality of pub food and says that reports of the death of the British pub are “grossly exaggerated.”
The London Wine Fair has announced the introduction of a “show within the show” as part of its effort to appeal to UK independent merchants and the on-trade.
Andrew Griffiths, the MP for Burton and chair of the all-party parliamentary group on beer, has asked the House of Commons to debate pub licensing hours during next year’s World Cup.
Casella Wines, the makers of Australia’s Yellow Tail wine, has announced that the company has bottled its one billionth bottle of the brand.
UK beer sales rose by 5.2% in the third quarter of this year driven by a big boost in the off-trade where sales increased by 12.5%.
A new website has launched which promises to deliver wines that are “suited to each individual’s palate”.
This Friday night will see Newcastle Council become the first council in the UK to introduce a late night levy on the sale of alcohol.
C&C Group, the company behind brands such as Magners and Tennent’s, has announced a 7.9% increase in its operating profit to €71.1 million in the six months to 31 August 2013.
The Benevolent Buddies are gearing up for Christmas and are inviting members of the trade to come long for a night of Scottish dancing at its Christmas Ceilidh.
Just when you thought firefighters couldn’t get any more desirable, comes the news from Devon that a puppy has been rescued from a wine rack.
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