JD Wetherspoon has come to an agreement with Heineken to serve the brewer’s products again after a month-long disagreement over stocking.
With memories of Christmas cheer starting to fade, UK wine writers have rustled up an eclectic selection of wines to help banish the winter blues.
UKIP leader and famous barfly Nigel Farage has admitted that he “needs a break” from alcohol, pledging a dry start to the new year.
One man has been killed and several seriously injured after an axe and knife attack at a UK pub.
Diageo has relaunched its Gordon’s gin brand with a contemporary TV ad as part of a £2 million marketing campaign.
Sales of English and Welsh wines are predicted to hit £100 million in 2015 with the reputation of “brand England” continuing to gain strength.
Prosecco continued its seemingly unstoppable rise over the Christmas period, with one UK retailer reporting that sales outstripped milk.
James Simpson MW has become managing director of Pol Roger Ltd, the Champagne house’s UK office and agency business.
With craft beer becoming evermore popular micro-pubs are springing up across the country, offering punters a choice of pint-sized pubs to sup local brews.
The majority of Brits are unaware that they are charged an average of £10.06 in tax on every bottle of Scotch, with 84% believing the rate to be unfair.
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