This week’s top 10 brews making a mark in the world of beer reviewing includes a UFO, a lesson in Latin and a Bourbon-inspired treat.
UKIP’s Nigel Farage’s attempts to match the drinking abilities of Gogglebox stars Dom and Steph Parker ended with the MEP having to change his trousers.
This week’s collection of industry tweets from the likes of Susy Atkins and Fiona Beckett features yoga meltdowns, movie quotes and celebrity spotting.
US fans of UK heavy metal band Iron Maiden will soon be getting a taste of the group’s best-selling ale as it was announced that a canned version will be heading stateside early next year.
Innis & Gunn is backing Scotland’s introduction of a lower drink drive limit with a campaign showing its lager label tweaked to read “Innis & None”.
Danish brewer Carlsberg has announced a new sponsorship deal with Arsenal Football Club, adding to the beer brand’s association with top-flight English football.
A US brewery has hit back at complaints that it used a racist slogan to promote its Bavarian Black Lager calling the claims “incredibly far-fetched”.
Stella Artois has become the first beer brand to target millennials by launching a series of sponsored adverts on photo sharing app Instagram.
With the festive season now officially underway, the drinks business has rounded up some of the best limited edition drinks gifts on offer.
British Columbia is to allow limited sales of liquor in provincial supermarkets next year, but the average price of a bottle of wine will rise as a result.
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