A new US study has found a link between the days we exercise and how much we drink.
A Russian beverage company has bought America’s Pabst Brewing Company for a reported US$700 million.
The medieval town of Bruges has approved plans to install an underground beer pipeline to stop delivery trucks rumbling through its streets.
Lazy marketers are big supporters of line extensions. “It’s easy volume. There’s no risk, ” they’ll tell you.
Up to 15,000 UK pubs, bars and restaurants will today slash their food and drink prices by 7.5% as part of a campaign to persuade the government to cut VAT.
The world’s first beer made from seawater from the Mediterranean has gone on sale in the UK at a pop-up restaurant in Soho.
Holidaymakers unlucky enough to be involved in an accident having enjoyed a drink beforehand risk having their claims unfairly rejected.
Coffee giant Starbucks is developing a non-alcoholic latte that tastes like Guinness.
An alcohol charity is calling on Australian airlines to ban alcohol following a string of mid-flight incidents.
A bracelet that can detect levels of alcohol in someone’s system and “check in” to ensure the wearer is conscious has been praised by Microsoft.
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