If you have ever wondered what a 170-year-old bottle of shipwrecked beer tastes of then wonder no more – vinegary, “goaty” and of sour milk.
UK drinks retailer Oddbins has tapped into the country’s craft ale craze with the launch of an outlet dedicated entirely to beer.
The Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) has launched its “manifesto for British beer” calling on prospective parliamentary candidates (PPCs) to pledge their support to the Great British beer industry.
This week’s roundup sees plenty of light being shed on particularly dark beers, with black IPAs and imperial stouts getting beer reviewers excited.
Following on from the success of Oregon Pinot Noir in a can, an Idaho winery has launched a Riesling in a can aimed at beer fans on the move.
One of the UK’s largest brewers, Molson Coors, has re-launched its wholesale business, but having dropped the term “wholesale”, believing it does not fully reflect its offering.
The African beer market is exploding, with research predicting an annual average growth rate of 5% between 2013 and 2017 – making it the fastest growing region in the world.
Amid rumoured mergers and premiumisation, Amin Alkhatib, drinks analyst at Euromonitor, shares his top strategies for beer and cider in 2015.
BrewDog has launched a beer for “invalids and convalescents” inspired by a passage found in a medical textbook published in 1843.
The Chancellor George Osborne will “definitely” cut duty on beer for the third year in a row when he announces the UK Budget later this month, according to reports.
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