Consumers worldwide are returning to the fine wine market, whose recent downturn has seen a welcome exodus of many less reputable investment funds, according to one major player.
Cocktail bars are set to be installed at a number of Pizza Hut restaurants as part of a bid to tap into the young adult market.
Cornish brewer Sharp’s has launched its latest UK campaign, which will allow its fans to win “adventures” with sporting figures.
British airports have been told to impose tougher restrictions on alcohol sales in the departure lounge following a surge in “air rage” incidents.
Truman’s Brewery in London has doubled production capacity at its newest brewery site having reached capacity “years earlier” than anticipated.
One in five UK adults now identify themselves as teetotal, a rising trend driven by young adults who are increasingly turning their backs on booze.
Alcohol brands in the UK on-trade must play by this set of rules to stand out and win with drinkers, according to Sean Kelly, on-trade specialist at marketing agency Space.
An alleged thief fell on a smashed bottle of whisky, slicing open his stomach, moments after shoplifting it from a UK supermarket.
The International Wine & Spirits Competition and Waitrose have opened nominations for the 2015 Julian Brind Award for Outstanding Achievement.
The fine wine auction market is shifting depending on where the wine is sourced, where it’s sold and which corner of the world has the deepest pockets.
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