Featured in this week’s globe-spanning glance at the world of beer are pecan pies, philosophers and body salts.
A pub that was once a favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge is facing closure, highlighting the continued plight of UK pubs.
Fans of a Canadian football team will soon be able to resurrect the “beer snake” at home games after the practice was banned in 2010.
A UK brewery has issued a grovelling albeit tongue-in-cheek apology to the Champagne Bureau after releasing a “Champagne-style” sparkling beer.
Brewer and pub operator Greene King has agreed to fork-out £773.6 million to take over UK company Spirit Pub, making it the largest group in the country.
A pilot in Western Australia was being questioned by police today after he steered his propeller-driven plane down the street on his way to the local pub.
Villagers “swarmed” on a truck and helped themselves to free beer after it overturned in a remote part of India, sparking an impromptu party.
Today’s younger generation are increasingly choosing to drink less with the over 60s drinking twice as often, according to a recent poll.
Brewing giant AB InBev has seen global beer volumes slide by 2.7% in its third quarter, driven down by declines in Europe, especially Russia.
The chief executive of the UK Civil Service will step down from his role at SABMiller after health professionals claimed it represented an “inexplicable and troubling” conflict of interest.
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