Home to some of the world’s biggest drinks brands it is no surprise that Americans enjoy a tipple or two – but some states are more partial than others.
Morrisons has become the first UK retailer to stop selling cans with more than four units of alcohol in a single serve.
A trio of female beer experts have teamed up to launch Beer Day Britain – set to become an annual celebration of the British beer industry.
A US brewery has relaunched what could be one of the world’s most unusual beers to date – a chocolate lobster ale.
A new craft beer awards celebrating and rewarding the best of Australian brews will debut at this year’s Sydney Craft Beer Week.
Increasing disposable incomes will help China overtake the US as the world’s largest beer market by 2017, according to Euromonitor analysts.
A UK restaurant is believed to be the first in the country to ban smoking in their beer garden after complaints by other guests.
With dozens of big beer brands jumping on the alcopop bandwagon, Dan Fox ponders whether this emerging category will stand the test of time.
The Brooklyn Brewery has announced plans to build a US$70 million, 1 million barrel brewery on New York’s Staten Island, further expanding from its roots in Brooklyn.
Former X-Files actor, David Duchovny, has defended an appearance in a Russian beer ad which appears to support its controversial president, Vladimir Putin, exacerbating tensions with the US.
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