Two new apps have been launched this month to help UK-based wine lovers get the best out of their preferred drink.
Heineken is to invest £126m on expanding its UK operations; £50m at its Manchester brewery, £58m at its Hereford Cider plant and £18m on its pubs.
Scottish craft beer brewer BrewDog has seen its net profits rise to more than £2.3m, up 383% on 2012, following the release of its 2013 financial report today.
Naked Wines could temporarily shut down its “angel” investment scheme to new members over fears it may not be able to produce enough wine.
A man in Bristol was shocked to find a large spider in a bottle of Tesco Finest white wine he’d bought along to his mother-in-law’s birthday party.
Molson Coors has added Red Berries to its Carling Zest range, with the brewer putting £3.5 million of marketing support behind the flavoured beer category in 2014 alone.
Two magnums of 1986 Pol Roger Cuvée which pay homage to Sir Winston Churchill are to go on sale at an auction in London next week.
Man’s best friend is the latest consumer to be swept into the craft beer boom with the launch of a beer aimed squarely at the canine market.
The National Association of Cider Makers has warned the trade to be alert to differences in how various types of cider are affected by the UK government’s new ban on selling alcoholic drinks below cost.
The LWF saw more than 11,000 visitors pass through its doors this week, attended by a record 780 exhibitors.
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