California’s famous wine-producing Napa region has been struck by an earthquake, waking residents with loud rumbles near its epicentre.
Guinness will attempt to capture the hearts of US beer drinkers by releasing a blonde American lager this year.
A pick up in aperitif sales has helped Gruppo Campari to climb back from a weak start to its year as the company announced its first half results.
Winemakers are a hardy bunch having faced some undoubtedly challenging situations in recent history, as this list shows.
A US brewer is making the move to Vietnam to set up a new craft brewery in Ho Chi Minh City.
Police are searching for a man who was able to break through a brick wall and steal a 12-pack of beer.
A Russian consumer rights watchdog is preparing to suspend imports of Sazerac’s Kentucky Gentleman Bourbon after it discovered signs of a harmful organic chemical, it has been claimed.
US craft beer volumes grew 18% in the first half of 2014, compared with the same period in 2013, with brewers continuing their meteoric growth.
A glitch or a sea-change? That is the question about Diageo’s underwhelming full-year results for the year to 30 June.
The sixth World Bulk Wine Exhibition will take place in Amsterdam later this year giving bulk wine sellers the chance to present their wines to industry buyers.
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