UK beer duty will be cut by one pence per pint, the chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne has announced.
A camel is not the most conventional gift for a teenage boy from Yorkshire. Nor is feeding said camel a pint of beer.
A 2,000 year-old irrigation system believed to have been used to cultivate an ancient Roman vineyard has been unearthed in the UK.
Prosecco sales may now outstrip Champagne, but the French sparkling wine stands to benefit from its rival’s success if it “positions itself carefully”.
An Oxford biophysicist and a psychiatrist have teamed up to publish a book designed to help wine lovers refine their blind tasting skills.
A charity ball, which saw the late Michael Cox’s 12-vintage Taittinger collection sold at auction, has raised more than £40,000.
An “exceptionally rare” 50-year-old Glen Grant whisky has been released by Gruppo Campari with a starting price of €10,000 (£8,377).
Bacardi has invested millions of pounds on a new marketing campaign to connect with millennial consumers and promote its brand within the UK market.
A recent surge in investment has offered an important boost to Oregon’s international profile, according to one producer who recently returned to the UK market.
The names of customers who invested in a sham fine wine company are likely to be included on a “mugs list”, liquidators of the company have warned.
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