Advertising that only entertains and doesn’t contribute to changing behaviour, is a waste of money, writes Dan Fox, as he deconstructs Budweiser’s latest efforts.
A New York-based wine blog has tracked the most popular brews in every country, revealing the world’s varying tastes in beer.
Vietnam’s largest brewer, Sabeco, is selling a 53% government stake in the company to private investors.
New Zealand craft brewery Moa has been given approval to expand its Marlborough site after resolving a long-running dispute.
A man stands accused of shooting his friend with a shotgun after he brought him the wrong brand of beer.
The full year’s net profits for New Zealand’s biggest drinks company, Lion, have slipped 20% as consumption declines and consumers trade up.
Say “no” to green beer, “boo” to Bourbon and Scotch, and approach overcomplicated cocktails with caution – these are just some of our tips for celebrating St Patrick’s day properly.
Heineken has announced plans to invest US$470 million in building a new brewery in Mexico – its seventh in the country.
While alcohol consumption in the UK continues to fall – dropping by nearly 20% in the past decade – beer has managed to buck its own 20-year decline, increasing market share by 1% in 2014.
Suntory is suing Japanese rival Asahi and calling for a court to suspend sales and production of its non-alcohol beer-flavoured drinks amid claims of trademark infringement.
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