Heineken beer brand Newcastle has launched its first “collaboration” brew, teaming up with sister brewery Caledonian to launch an ale in the US.
A company has launched what is claims is the world’s first barista-style machine that can adjust the “hoppiness” of a beer in seconds.
SABMiller’s UK subsidiary Miller Brands UK is leading the world beer category, reporting an 11% post-tax revenue growth to September.
Fans of the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders could be paying for beer that has been watered down according to an investigation by a local news station.
It seems that U2’s scuppered generosity of late is continuing, as they this week sent guitarist and recovering alcoholic Slash a case of beer.
Supermarket giant Tesco has added a new wine buyer to its team as its director for beers, wines and spirits, Dan Jago, remains suspended.
A waiter was left dumbfounded after he was tipped $1,500 by a couple, who also bought a $240 round of beers for the restaurant’s entire staff.
This month’s top releases include a glow-in-the-dark Chablis, an eight-hop Victorian ale and a Very Old Tawny Port, not to mention a cream soda Babycham.
A Ghanian tribal monarch has told reporters in the dry Indian state of Gujarat “how odd it is” that locals there cannot drink alcohol.
As this week marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One, here we assemble five famous drinks associated with the conflict.
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