A Czech brewery has been bought by AB InBev in an attempt to strengthen its claim on the brand amid a battle with a Czech competitor.
Japanese brewers are to release their longest ever line up of canned cocktails in a bid to counter a 10-year trend of declining beer sales.
A cut-price liquor store which buys unwanted alcohol before selling its on at a discounted price has opened in Tokyo.
A group of 80 winemakers, marketeers and media gathered in Napa this month for the second annual “Wine Conversations” forum, with one MW posing the question, is wine still cool?
Consumers of imported wines in China have doubled to 38 million in the last three years marking the emergence of a “new Chinese wine drinker”.
Naked Wines could temporarily shut down its “angel” investment scheme to new members over fears it may not be able to produce enough wine.
While the volume of wine sold in offline retail suffers a sustained decline, UK online wine sales are enjoying long-term increases.
Returns on fine Bordeaux wines outperformed government bonds, fine art and stamps throughout the 20th century, making it one of the soundest investments of the last 100 years.
Rémy Cointreau’s Cognac sales are still suffering dramatically thanks to the slow down in China.
Beer giant SABMiller’s Q3 results were pushed upwards thanks to growing sales in Africa, Asia and Latin America the group has announced.
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