New data paints a positive picture of the UK on-trade, pointing to sustained growth over the last 16 consecutive months.
Charging drunk patients for treatment at hospitals’ A&E departments could prevent the service from being abused, according to one health minister.
Research into beer drinkers’ taste preferences for some of the world’s biggest selling lagers has resulted in an interesting conclusion — people can’t tell the difference between them.
Toasted oak, Greek mythology and a brewer begging Winston to chill are all featured in this week’s top 10 beers in the world press.
JRR Tolkien’s fantasy novel The Hobbit is to become the basis for a new range of beers set to be released in the US this month.
CAMRA is urging the UK Government to close a legal loophole allowing pubs to be converted into supermarkets without planning permission, as the rate of closures rises to 31 per week.
Drinkaware has launched a smartphone app designed to help people monitor their alcohol consumption and set goals to cut back if necessary.
From baby mice rice wine infusions to sparkling birch sap wine, we round up some of the world’s weirdest alcoholic concoctions.
A UK Government health quango has warned of the dangers of drinking for two consecutive days urging consumers to adopt a “one day on, one day off” rule.
Welsh singing superstar Tom Jones has been voted the most popular British pop or rock star to have a pint with, according to a survey by Camra.
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