US coffee chain Starbucks is to sell alcohol at thousands of its US stores as part of a plan to double its market value to $100 billion.
Following the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the controversial alcohol duty escalator in yesterday’s Budget, we round up reaction from some of the industry’s most prominent figures.
Producers, retailers and trade bodies have welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the duty escalator on alcohol, cut beer taxes and freeze those on spirits and most ciders.
UK beer duty will be cut by one pence per pint, the chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne has announced.
This week’s round up features a “highly drinkable” peanut butter porter, a “rich” imperial stout with a shot of coffee and a “seductive” Belgian pale ale.
Two more big brewers have pulled out of planned St Patrick’s Day parades over their organisers’ refusal to let gay and lesbian groups march openly.
UK pubs are becoming increasingly reliant on revenue from wine and spirits, new research has shown.
The Boston Beer Co. has pulled its sponsorship from the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade over its organisers’ refusal to let a gay veterans group march.
A castle brewery is offering guests the chance to take a dip in its underground beer swimming pool – the only facility of its kind in the world.
The Bartered Bride is a rare Czech opera and one that uses Bohemian culture – particularly beer drinking – as a central theme in the story.
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