More needs to be done to tackle a “significant” rise in alcohol consumption in the UK, the director of alcohol and drugs at Public Health England has warned.
A budget pub offering pints of beer for £1.50 and half pints for just £1 is due to open in northeast England next month.
A Philadelphia brewery has released a new American pale stout infused with smoked goat brains in tribute to the hit US TV show, The Walking Dead.
These psychedelic images may look like something from a child’s kaleidoscope, but they are in fact your favourite drinks magnified 1,000 times under a microscope.
The Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) has named Mike Benner, chief executive at CAMRA, as its new managing director.
Rapid economic development, growing populations and rising wages will propel Africa to become the world’s next fastest growing market for beer, according to a recent report.
More than 169,000 litres of illicit alcohol has been seized by HM Revenue and Customs in what is believed to be the largest ever haul in Wales.
The US drinks industry has been commended for its “robust” and effective self-regulatory system in a report into advertising standards.
US coffee chain Starbucks is to sell alcohol at thousands of its US stores as part of a plan to double its market value to $100 billion.
Following the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the controversial alcohol duty escalator in yesterday’s Budget, we round up reaction from some of the industry’s most prominent figures.
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