Pink flamingos and croquet, German Riesling baths, piles of jamon and a sushi and sake showdown – the summer brings out the best of the drinks trade.
Dutch brewer Heineken is to open a new operation in Burma this weekend after a 20-year absence – a move that will bring it head to head with Carlsberg.
Danish brewer Carlsberg has purchased several ‘.beer’ internet domain names in the hope of attracting a wider online audience to its products.
As British people’s taste for high-end wine continues to grow, the new wave of gastropubs sweeping through the country are their preferred place for drinking it, according to a leading distributor.
AB InBev has purchased Brazilian craft beer brand Colorado, continuing the trend of big brewers buying lucrative boutique brands.
Diageo has sold its remaining stake in United Breweries to Heineken for £89 million, in a move that could threaten controversial chairman Vijay Mallya.
Meantime Brewing Company’s founder and master brewer, Alastair Hook, has been named “UK Brewer of the Year”.
British craft beer body the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) is launching an “export club” to help its members grow their brands across the world.
A New Zealand brewery has launched what is believed to be the “world’s first” beer-based biofuel at a petrol station in Auckland.
Entertaining friends at home is now twice as popular as gathering in a bar or pub in the UK, a new survey has revealed.
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