As this week marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One, here we assemble five famous drinks associated with the conflict.
British beer producer Fuller’s is offering to top-up tweeters’ empty pints as it launches a new social media campaign.
The Institute of Masters of Wine has officially welcomed six new members and rewarded top performers in this year’s examinations.
Bunnahabhain is adding a new limited edition whisky to its range that takes its inspiration from life on Islay during the 19th century.
The UK drinks trade has delivered on a promise to improve health labelling of alcohol, but missed its overall target by a mere 0.7%.
English wine producer Hush Heath Estate has introduced a “more approachable” range to help broaden the appeal of English sparkling wine.
Only men are at risk of driving under the influence and it is a woman’s responsibility to prevent it, the UK’s first drink driving advert appeared to suggest.
A teacher’s job application was rejected point blank due to the “alcoholism nature” of her “kind”, referring to the woman’s Irish heritage.
A UK pub chain has said it is “extremely sorry” for any offence caused after it banned certain staff from wearing poppies at work.
Business secretary Vince Cable has voiced his concerns about Tesco’s £263 million financial scandal, calling for a comprehensive review of the company’s practices.
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