Bars and restaurants in the UK are better placed to innovate now than they have been for the past seven years, according to research commissioned by the London Wine Fair.
Two Toronto city councillors have proposed plans to make the Canadian city the “craft beer capital of the world”.
Budweiser maker AB InBev has seen a slight profit in the first quarter of the year despite a decline in volume sales in the US.
Brewer MillerCoors is being taken to court over claims it is misleading consumers into thinking its Belgian wheat ale, Blue Moon, is craft.
The Gaucho restaurant group, known for its successful chain of Argentine steakhouses across the capital, has launched an own-label blonde beer.
Global total volume growth remains subdued for a second year running, setting it up to be among the three lowest in the last decade.
Beer-drinking Angolans now have more ways to quench their thirst with the arrival of Bela, a beer supported by Chinese investment in the capital, Luanda.
Carlsberg has capitalised on the controversial “beach body” advert recently rolled out across London transport, by asking if you are “beer body ready”.
Prince Harry refused to sit in a VIP area and split the bill while at a bar in Australia this week, proving himself to be a throughly down to earth royal.
The drinks trade has seen its fair share of drinks banned from public consumption over the years, be it for their political, legal or saucy undertones.
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