Around four million adults in the UK currently brew their own beer or wine at home, according to the financial advice website, www.allaboutmoney.com.
From a more manageable fair to the diversity of the exhibitors, why the London Wine Fair is still important and worth visiting.
English wine producers have their fingers crossed for a good 2013 in which to fill their cellars after a poor 2012 and release the 2009 vintage.
Bacardi has launched a new Scotch whisky in Travel Retail in partnership with World Duty Free Group – Glen Deveron.
Sainsbury’s supermarket has become a gold patron of the Wine & Spirit Education Trust.
The latest candidate to be fired from the television show The Apprentice departed after his idea for selling a flavoured beer flopped.
The health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said that the decision not to include minimum unit pricing for alcohol in today’s Queen’s Speech, does not mean that the measure has been abandoned.
The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) has published its latest pub tracker statistics, which show that 26 pubs a week are closing in the UK.
UK importer John E Fells has announced two major appointments to its sales team.
Stand prices for exhibitors at next year’s LIWF will drop by 20% to 25% in an attempt to “level the playing field”.
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