A US brewery has voluntarily recalled bottles of its Swill beer over concerns some could explode.
A student who was jailed after alcohol control officers mistook a case of water for beer has been paid $212,500 in compensation.
AB Inbev has reported profit growth this quarter exceeding industry estimates, as World Cup sales in Brazil helped balance out a US slump.
C&C Group has hit out at “discriminatory” behaviour from Polish authorities, who forced it to remove advertising for cider brand Magners from team shirts during a Champions League match.
A severe drought in California is affecting the amount of beer the state’s many craft breweries can produce –as demand continues to sky-rocket.
A man’s beer belly was the star of a recent maternity photo shoot after his pregnant wife refused to take part, raising many a smile across the web.
Whether you’re an amateur brewer, keen to improve your beer taste buds or have ambitions to open your own brewery, one of these books is sure to tickle your fancy.
Home to some of the world’s biggest drinks brands it is no surprise that Americans enjoy a tipple or two – but some states are more partial than others.
Morrisons has become the first UK retailer to stop selling cans with more than four units of alcohol in a single serve.
A trio of female beer experts have teamed up to launch Beer Day Britain – set to become an annual celebration of the British beer industry.
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