The government has sought to calm fears over UK trade following Brexit by publishing a template to boost exports of British booze globally.
British police, fire and ambulance services have put pressure on the government to end so-called “24-hour drinking” following a survey by the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS).
While alcohol consumption in the UK continues to fall – dropping by nearly 20% in the past decade – beer has managed to buck its own 20-year decline, increasing market share by 1% in 2014.
A Tory MP has called for British embassies to serve more English and Welsh wine to foreign dignitaries rather than French.
UK publicans have something to cheer about after sales of pub-served beer rose by 2.6% between April and June — the biggest boost this century.
The Queen has formally recognised a bill to introduce a new statutory code to protect tied-pub tenants in England and Wales.
New figures released by the BBPA have confirmed a drop in UK alcohol consumption of 2.1% in 2013 – the lowest level recorded since 1990.
Almost a fifth of workers put off going to the pub until payday because they can’t afford it, according to a recent YouGov poll.
The British Beer and Pub Association has joined with the cider industry to help boost UK beer and cider exports.
The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) have hit back at a report claiming a pint of ale can contain up to nine teaspoons of sugar.
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