A Heineken truck carrying hundreds of crates of beer was cleaned out “within minutes” by passing looters after it crashed in South Africa.
Herford-based vodka and gin distillery Chase is looking to release a whisky onto the market.
A ghostly figure, reputedly the spirit of an executed man, has apparently been captured on CCTV at one of the UK’s oldest pubs – just before the camera blacked out.
Three Harris + Hoole coffee shops, part-owned by supermarket giant Tesco, have been granted permission to sell alcohol.
A campaign to “bring Britain back to beer” has appointed a new director to lead its “ambitious plans” for 2014.
A Texan brewery is being sued by two residents who claim they were injured after a fermentation tank exploded while they were on a tour of its facility.
A London micro-brewery has been told to stop producing one of its most popular craft beers, if it insists on using the image of British actor Robert Lindsay on its label.
Budweiser are hoping the cuteness of a puppy can arrest a steady decline in sales.
Two rock veterans from British band Status Quo have released their first beer, Piledriver – named after the band’s 1972 hit album.
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