Craft beer has expanded its reach into the seemingly incongruous world of yoga, with one global fitness company announcing the launch of its own beer.
Sales of sparkling wine produced in the UK have more than doubled since 2010, rising to £6 million in 2014 from £2.9m in 2010.
A drought in the US and a heatwave in Central Europe are threatening this year’s hop harvests, putting craft beer production in jeopardy.
When Ivan Menezes unveils Diageo’s results at the end of this month, investors and analysts will be more interested in what he has to say about the group’s direction than its achievements in the past 12 months.
London’s Beer Academy has launched its first online course designed to give bar staff a basic knowledge of beer, costing as little as £2.40 per person.
Riverside cocktails at a spice garden pop up, a Champagne-fuelled day at the polo, caviar and Dom Pérignon make for another fabulous week in the world of drinks.
After Scotch whisky helped Lidl to achieve record UK sales of more than £4 billion in 2014, the discount retailer has signalled plans for further growth in this market.
Pabst Brewing is to return to its roots next year with the opening of a new brewery near the site of its original home in Milwaukee – but not to brew its signature beer.
Pub bosses have warned that the UK government’s plans to introduce a national living wage could force pub closures and job losses.
The wine industry has been urged to “assess the threat” posed by the recent growth of the cider category in global markets by Rabobank in its Wine Quarterly report.
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