This month’s top releases include a glow-in-the-dark Chablis, an eight-hop Victorian ale and a Very Old Tawny Port, not to mention a cream soda Babycham.
A limited-edition amber ale brewed with both beer and whisky malt has become the first in a new Signature Series line launched by Guinness.
Speyside whisky producer Glenfarclas has confirmed plans to introduce a 1966 fino Sherry cask expression as the first part of a new series.
Queen are to release a vodka named Killer Queen in tribute to the group’s late frontman, Freddie Mercury.
A British brewing company has launched what it describes as a “Champagne-style” sparkling beer.
Champagne Perrier-Jouët has released its 2005 vintage cuvée Belle Epoque Rosé in a limited-edition bottle designed by Brazilian visual artist Vik Muniz.
A wine group has taken wine and art to the next level employing the talents of an expressionist painter to create a series of unique wine bottles.
A limited edition gin made from a variety of rhubarb first grown in Queen Victoria’s garden is to launch exclusively at London’s Fortnum & Mason.
Guinness will attempt to capture the hearts of US beer drinkers by releasing a blonde American lager this year.
Discount supermarket chain Lidl is plotting a £12 million autumn “claret offensive” against its rivals in a bid to expand into affluent central London postcodes.
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