Budweiser maker AB InBev has seen a slight profit in the first quarter of the year despite a decline in volume sales in the US.
A “feminist” beer has been launched in Brazil by a group of activists hoping to challenge the way women are portrayed in the advertising industry.
Michelin has released its first guide to Brazil, focusing on the cities of Rio de Janeiro and São Paolo, with only one restaurant scooping two Michelin stars.
Five people, including three members of the family that owns one of world’s bestselling cachaça brands, have died in a helicopter crash.
US rapper Snoop Dogg has stepped further into the drinks industry by partnering with Cuca Fresca – a premium artisanal Brazilian cachaça.
AB Inbev has reported profit growth this quarter exceeding industry estimates, as World Cup sales in Brazil helped balance out a US slump.
An Irish pub was left dry as a bone after offering a price slash on Erdinger beer for every time Germany scored in their World Cup semi-final clash with Brazil.
Christian Seely, managing director of Pichon Baron and Quinta do Noval owners AXA Millésimes, has revealed that Brazil is proving a “red hot” market for wine sales.
The inaugural International Sherry Week, which took place on 2-8 June, has been hailed a success after attracting 100,000 participants via over 2,000 events.
A bar owner has turned an uncanny resemblance to Osama Bin Laden to his advantage by naming his bar after the infamous terrorist.
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