A drought in the US and a heatwave in Central Europe are threatening this year’s hop harvests, putting craft beer production in jeopardy.
Rock band Queen have launched a lager to celebrate 40 years since the release of their seminal hit, Bohemian Rhapsody.
Milos Zeman, president of the Czech Republic, has branded American beer as “filthy water” during a business summit in Kazakhstan.
Czech Republic boss Pavel Vrba has taken the bar-side football bet to a new level, banking on the success of his team by offering fans free beer.
Two men behind an illegal alcohol gang that produced a toxic concoction which killed 38 people have been jailed for life.
The Bartered Bride is a rare Czech opera and one that uses Bohemian culture – particularly beer drinking – as a central theme in the story.
Stock Spirits, the Buckinghamshire-based company which is the largest producer of vodka in Poland and the Czech Republic, made a successful debut on the London stock market earlier this week.
The list of drinks groups quoted on the London Stock market is being augmented later this month with shares in Stock Spirits to be put up for sale.
A new app has been created that translates orders for beer into 59 different languages.
With growing economies and many with a wine heritage of their own, is the steady development of Eastern Europe better for Champagne than the bright lights of the Far East?
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