A man who accidentally shot a pub manager in Scotland while trying to hit a noisy pigeon that was keeping him awake has been jailed.
A group of animal rights activists is calling upon a historic UK pub to change its name from the Ye Olde Fighting Cocks, claiming it is offensive to chickens.
A group of Irish travellers have been awarded £24,000 in compensation after they were banned from entering a Wetherspoon pub in north London.
Cocktail chain The Alchemist is set to open more sites across the UK after the completion of a £13 million management buyout.
Château d’Issan invited prominent members of the UK trade to Westminster Abbey last night to commemorate the days when Bordeaux was English.
The UK e-commerce sector for beer, wine and spirits is seeing exceptional growth in 2015, rising “several hundred percent”, research has claimed.
Wine retailers need to tap into the romance of wine and the beautiful places it’s made rather than bombarding consumers with tasting notes, says one key commentator.
The trend for deep discounting in the race to the bottom has created a “toxic” UK wine market, according to one key merchant.
Pol Roger is preparing to launch its “best ever” blanc de blancs, the 2008 vintage, in the UK in the next few weeks.
Craft beer drinkers are right to begin criticising controversial producer Brewdog as it continues to snap up market share, a drinks analyst has said.
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