Celebrating the strange, surreal, oddly ingenious and downright bizarre, we round up the month’s most offbeat drinks-related stories.
London’s Meantime Brewing has announced a new promotion that will offer three customers the chance to travel to the Yakima Valley in Washington State.
A craft beer specialist claiming to be “the smallest pub in London” has opened close to Piccadilly.
India and China are driving demand for premium beer as emerging middle classes “adopt Western culture”, according to APAC Market’s latest report.
A US brewer is to release an official beer of AMC’s hit TV series The Walking Dead and its original comic book series.
A group of nuns are fighting to build a winery and brewery as part of a major development in suburban Chicago.
A photograph of a toddler drinking from a bottle of beer has sparked outrage across China.
Ravi Rajagopal, Diageo’s global head of business development, is leaving the company at the end of September – the third executive level departure to be announced in the last month.
A monastery in Prague has revived a recipe for an IPA once favoured by British soldiers in India, which has proved a hit with the locals.
Mary Besset, New York City’s health commissioner under Mayor Bill de Blasio, has told the public not to enjoy a cold beer during the city’s ongoing heatwave.
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