Scottish brewery BrewDog is set to make its first steps into the off-trade market by opening a chain of craft beer shops.
A UK craft brewery is offering fans of its award-winning beer the opportunity to buy a stake in its success.
A trend is developing in the United States for craft beers made both with grapes and spent lees.
A beer from Iceland brewed using a by-product of whale meat and oil has been banned as its creators didn’t have a licence to sell the whale meal for consumption.
Middle-aged men who drink two pints a day could run the risk of speeding up memory loss, a study by the University College London has found.
A pub landlord who was left with no hot water or heating and faulty electrics has re-ignited a debate over the relationship between “tied pub tenants” and freeholders.
From smashing a chicken factory selling fake wine to the jailing of multi-million pound wine fraudsters, the wine world saw its fair share of feuds in 2013.
A Canadian university is set to offer students a two-year course in the science of beer brewing.
A university professor is offering a pitcher of beer in return for the capture of a white cabbage butterfly as part of an unusual competition run since 1972.
Prize limits handed out by pub fruit machines will rise to £100 from midnight tonight.
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