A bracelet that can detect levels of alcohol in someone’s system and “check in” to ensure the wearer is conscious has been praised by Microsoft.
A Spanish designer has come up with an innovative way to package beer, with its label simply depicting the colour of the brew inside.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has reported a record turnover of £10.5 million – up 15% on last year and breaking through the £10m mark for the first time.
Trade barriers for wines and craft beers between two Canadian provinces are to be removed.
This week’s top 10 roundup features hop zealots, harvest-inspired ales and lagers designed to be enjoyed while sat on the couch.
One of the NFL’s biggest sponsors AB InBev has announced it is “concerned” with the way a high-profile domestic abuse case was handled.
Heineken has confirmed the sale of 111 of its “star” pubs to the UK-based pub chain Admiral Taverns.
A new beer is being released in an attempt to bring back a sense of harmony among Scottish drinkers after Thursday’s independence referendum.
Iraq’s alcohol trade is struggling to survive with militias tolling the country’s main trade routes at up to $15,000 per truck.
AB InBev is preparing to secure funds of up to £75 billion (US$122bn) to buy rival UK brewer SABMiller, according to reports by the Wall Street Journal.
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