A dress grown from beer and bacteria is set to premiere at the World Expo 2015 in Milan.
To mark the end of the coalition government, British Prime Minister David Cameron gifted his cabinet with bottles of “Co-ale-ition” beer.
More than 30 US states now allow gas stations and convenience stores to serve beer on tap, allowing customers to fill up 64-ounce growlers on the road.
Reacting to the UK’s Budget announcement on Wednesday, Ron Emler unpicks what the duty cuts mean for the country’s burgeoning industry.
“There’s a Beer for That”, the campaign urging the UK trade and consumers to push different beer styles for different occasions, will make a big presence across social media, cinema and TV this summer.
Former UK Conservative party leader and Foreign Secretary William Hague MP has been honoured with a specially made beer to mark his retirement from politics.
It’s been a hectic week in the drinks trade with much of the industry decamping to Germany for ProWein, but not before letting their hair down at the Benevolent charity ball.
Heineken has escaped an ad ban after a youth alcohol council branded one of its ads “irresponsible” for implying alcohol was key to success.
The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has delivered a third consecutive cut to beer duty and slashed duty on cider and spirits by 2% in today’s 2015 Budget.
Forget the beer brewed with the yeast of a man’s beard and Iceland’s whale testicle beer – Ninkasi has released a beer made from space yeast.
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