Pull up a stool at some of these US bars and you might be sharing your gin and tonic with more than a few otherworldly entities.
JD Wetherspoon has used a record end of year results announcement to hit out at the tax discrepancy between pubs and supermarkets.
Heineken has rejected a takeover bid from brewer SABMiller, saying that it is “non-actionable”, after months of speculation within the industry.
A US research body is spending US$3.2 million taxpayers’ money on getting monkeys to drink excessive amounts of alcohol.
The Japanese beer industry’s woes continued in August with sales of beer and “quasi-beer” falling nearly 10% by volume compared to last year.
Tesco’s Dan Jago has given the additional responsibility of beer and spirits, broadening his role as the group’s director of wine.
A British brewing company has launched what it describes as a “Champagne-style” sparkling beer.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has signed a three-year deal with Thatchers to distribute its Somerset cider stateside.
One of Hong Kong’s new craft breweries on the growing beer scene in the city and the development of a uniquely Hong Kong brewing style.
Protests by bar owners and hoteliers have promoted India’s Kerala state to temporarily halt plans to introduce total prohibition.
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