This week, Cesium Group – in association with the drinks business – sat down with Mike Benner, managing director of SIBA, the UK’s Society of Independent Brewers.
Fourteen well-known beers have been found to contain traces of a pesticide thought to be carcinogenic, a new study has revealed.
Just three years after opening, a pub in a Grade II listed building on the site of a former nightclub has been awarded the Campaign for Real Ale’s coveted Pub of the Year award.
Body-building beer fans can now get a six-pack while they enjoy a six-pack with the launch of a high-protein, low-calorie brew.
A spa offering beer baths, hop body wraps and beer-oil massages has opened to cater to beer fans looking to enjoy their favourite drink on the inside and out.
Around 15,000 people have taken to the streets in Sydney, Australia to protest against the city’s strict alcohol restrictions.
The WSTA, the UK’s Wine and Spirit Trade Association, will publicly announce a pro-EU position against Brexit, Troy Christensen, Enotria & Coe’s chief executive has revealed.
British students are now more likely to be found drinking coffee and taking part in an academic study group than drinking alcohol at their student union, a new study has found.
Calls for more action to tackle Britain’s high rates of beer duty are incredibly popular with the general public, according to a poll from YouGov for the BBPA.
Burger King has been refused a licence to serve beer at branches in two of London’s busiest train stations.
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