A UK brewery has launched legal action against Magners over claims the cider giant has infringed on its trademark for its Hazy Hog cider.
London Beer Week’s first festival attracted 8,500 attendees with more than 16,000 signature beers served, generating £50,000 for London bars.
A brewer from Kentucky is to open a distillery in an early 18th century church on James Street a stone’s throw from the Guinness Storehouse.
A novelty baby bottle that looks like a bottle of beer is available in the US, hot on the heels of a strap-on flask made to look like a newborn baby.
Has the craft beer boom reached its peak? Will “speers” be the next big thing in beer, and have non-alcohol beers finally lost their stigma?
We might have been forgiven for thinking the world’s largest brewer just didn’t understand how advertising works – until SuperBowl XLIX demonstrated otherwise.
Scottish craft brewer BrewDog has launched its first gluten free beer, encouraging fans to order a bottle by sticking two fingers up to its bar staff.
One Direction has forced the Campaign for Real Ale to cancel its annual beer and cider festival in Wales after booking a last minute gig on the same day in Cardiff.
Craft beer in Ireland has taken off with the industry tripling in size since 2011.
CAMRA has strengthened its calls for a beer tax cut “hat-trick” as new research reveals that more than 1,000 pubs have been saved by two previous cuts.
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