UK charity Drinkaware has called for new measures to make unit guidelines clearer as it claimed that the majority of adults still aren’t clear about “how to drink in a low risk way.”
A petition has been launched to get Major League Baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays, to offer craft beer at its stadium.
British brewer Badger has released a stinger of a new beer brewed with nettles to herald the arrival of spring.
More “local partnerships” are needed to help reduce the UK’s £21 billion “alcohol harms” bill, according to Minister and MP Norman Baker.
Everton FC have signed a landmark deal with premium Thai lager brand, Chang Beer, having sponsored the club for a record 10 seasons.
US airlines are capitalising on the ever growing trend for craft beer by serving it at 35,000 feet.
Michael Bates recommends a Yorkshire hopfenweisse with a “grapefruit and pine-needle aroma”, while Evan Benn picks a “mouth-puckering” sour ale from the third largest craft brewer in the US.
Yesterday, US trade body, The Brewers Association, released a list of the largest craft brewers in the country by sales volume.
The London Wine Fair is to host a dedicated beer section for the first time in its 34-year history.
From ill-conceived brand names to impractical containers, dozens of drinks have fallen out of favour for all kinds of reasons over the years and made their way to the drinks graveyard in the sky.
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