Paramedics have said that a man who was rescued after jumping into the sea was “probably kept alive” by the amount of beer he had drunk.
Residents have raised nearly £120,000 to save a 19th century pub in Northamptonshire from closure and now hope it will re-open in time for Christmas.
Sharp’s Brewery has announced that it is bringing its Red Ale back into pubs.
The drinks trade has once again embraced Halloween as scary clowns feature alongside a pumpkin with a sporran and three MWs in a boat.
The harvest in Champagne this year was not high enough quality to be deemed a vintage year, according to Floriane Eznack, chef de cave at Jacquart.
The new Michelin Guide has backed the improving quality of pub food and says that reports of the death of the British pub are “grossly exaggerated.”
The London Wine Fair has announced the introduction of a “show within the show” as part of its effort to appeal to UK independent merchants and the on-trade.
Andrew Griffiths, the MP for Burton and chair of the all-party parliamentary group on beer, has asked the House of Commons to debate pub licensing hours during next year’s World Cup.
Casella Wines, the makers of Australia’s Yellow Tail wine, has announced that the company has bottled its one billionth bottle of the brand.
UK beer sales rose by 5.2% in the third quarter of this year driven by a big boost in the off-trade where sales increased by 12.5%.
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