We round up some of the most interesting craft beer releases announced in recent weeks, including a pair of breakfast-themed brews and an homage to Game of Thrones.
The “world’s first” high-strength cannabis-infused beer will launch in the US this autumn, following the drug’s legalisation in the state of Colorado.
As the harvest kicks off at JP Ramos’ Falua Vineyards in Portugal, db samples a liver-cleansing milk thistle gin and the Great British Beer Festival signs off on its 38th year.
One of the UK’s many young craft breweries has launched its first kegged offering in the form of a German-style Pilsner as it embarks on an ambitious expansion drive.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has reached its £3 million “BeerBond” investment target to help build a new brewery.
Japan’s Kirin Holdings has taken control of Myanmar Brewery, Burma’s largest brewery, in a deal worth US$560 million.
Asda has become the latest victim of the UK supermarket price war and rise of the discounters, posting its worst ever quarterly sales fall.
Summer sporting tie-ups seem to be dominating the world of drinks marketing lately, with sponsorships ranging from horse racing to the Rugby World Cup.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a strange theft saw over 1,000 beer bottle caps stolen, but the beer in the bottles had been left untouched.
The number of beer-related trademarks being registered in the UK has jumped by 12% in the last year alone, evidence of the seemingly unstoppable rise of craft beer.
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