French President François Hollande is planning massive tax increases on beer, which could hit brewers across Western Europe.
Alcohol in Moderation held its 21st anniversary conference on alcohol education for young people and the continued development of non-alcoholic beers and wines.
Beer and cider drinkers are more likely to opt for smaller brands while wine buyers are the most likely to experiment.
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New Zealand Wine Growers is still on the hunt for a new European marketing manager, following the departure of David Cox this summer.
The Czech Republic has banned sales of spirits over 20% after a spate of poisonings from illegal alcohol.
The EU has responded to its current financial crisis with a sharp drop in expenditure on its cellar stocks.
China’s wine industry has called on the government to investigate whether EU subsidies are putting its domestic products at a competitive disadvantage.
The sense of self confidence in the UK left by the Olympics received another boost this week as the retail sector surprised a few by recording a small upturn in July.
Chinese wine drinkers are showing a strong and growing preference for imported brands, with analysts saying they could grow to achieve 50% of the country’s wine market.
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