An Australian craft brewer has won the right to continue using its name after a two-year legal battle with beer giant SABMiller.
This craft beer takes ‘natural ingredients’ to a whole new level, as a team have produced a brew made with yeast scraped from a 35 million-year-old whale bone.
The end of June may have marked watersheds for both Diageo and Pernod Ricard, respectively the world’s two leading premium alcohol groups.
An online retailer in China claims it sold over 30 million cans of beer during the World Cup.
The packaging of a colourfully named range of beers including Cat’s Piss, Arse Liquor, Puke and Shitfaced have been banned in the UK following complaints.
A stout boasting hints of “buttery fudge and vanilla marzipan” and an “intriguing” AC/DC inspired black pale ale are just two beers featured in this week’s round up.
There has always been stiff competition in London for the attention of diners and opinions on the capital’s top restaurants tend to differ, but this list is a good place to start.
A gang of thieves broke into a German warehouse and stole £1.7million worth of beer, enough to fill 10 trucks, while the country was celebrating its World Cup victory.
Scientists in the US have created a “James Bond” style mutant worm that is resistant to the intoxicating effects of alcohol, potentially revolutionising drug treatment for alcoholics.
Sales of one of Japan’s leading beer brands, Kirin, have tumbled further this year and it is falling further behind its competitors.
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