To many a beer cocktail is simply another name for a shandy, but as beer and cocktails become more popular it is no surprise that the two are coming together more often.
A disease found in wild grass has been identified as a source of leaf blotch, a fungal pathogen that can destroy large crops of barley.
UK drinks wholesale business Ooberstock has launched its first national cask ale programme with its latest celebrity beer, Hadley’s Gold – a 4.0% lager designed by Spandau Ballet’s front man, Tony Hadley.
The average price of draft beer at American football stadiums has fallen since last season although some fans are still paying close to US$10 a brew.
Asahi, Japan’s largest brewery, has created a robotic beer pouring machine for high-volume bars that can pour six beers in 12 seconds.
A brewery in Australia has caused outrage in the Hindu community after putting Lord Ganesh and Goddess Lakshmi on bottles of its alcoholic ginger beer.
Last week we brought you details of the world’s most fattening beers and this week we cater for the more diet conscious folk who still hanker for a refreshing beer.
The chair of Germany’s statutory health system has provoked outrage in the country after he suggested drinking beer could help cure some minor mental health issues.
An over-excited rugby fan has been banned from attending any more matches this season by Gloucester after he threw a beer over a player from a rival team.
A US travel agency has launched an eight-day beer tour of North Korea’s surprisingly sophisticated brewing industry.
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