A beer cooler that keeps beers cool outside by storing them underground has been launched by a Dutch firm.
The Queen has formally recognised a bill to introduce a new statutory code to protect tied-pub tenants in England and Wales.
A decision to ban a series of Kronenbourg adverts in the UK over claims it falsely implied its brewing and hop production took place in France has been reversed.
Will Hawkes recommends an ale brewed in collaboration by a UK and Norwegian brewery, while Todd Haefer picks an “exceptional” fruit flavoured quadruple ale.
Catching drink drivers could soon be as simple as pointing a laser, thanks to a device that can detect the presence of alcohol inside a moving car.
The UK Government has announced new statutory laws to protect publicans tied to large pub companies from unfairly inflated rents and excessive beer prices.
the drinks business talks with Rohit Dugar, founder and brewer at Hong Kong craft brewery Young Master, about the growing trend for brewing and drinking craft beer in the city.
A professor sporting a particularly outlandish beard claims he was fired from a Christian university after his image was used on the side of a beer can.
There’s nothing like a shady beer garden to escape the summer heat of the city. Here are 10 of our favourite summer spots to get away from London’s hustle and bustle.
Whether it was God’s Country or the land of sky blue waters, “we’re from a special place” has worked strategic magic for countless beer brands through the years.
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