The UK trade has welcomed a trio of duty cuts to beer, spirits and cider calling it a “momentous result” and dubbing the Chancellor George Osborne a “hat trick hero”.
The International Wine and Spirit Competition has announced the shortlist for its Communicator of the Year award 2015.
Diageo has reconsidered a plan to lengthen its payment deadlines to suppliers after it was accused of threatening the “backbone” of the UK economy.
When it comes to design, vodka is in a league of its own.
The full year’s net profits for New Zealand’s biggest drinks company, Lion, have slipped 20% as consumption declines and consumers trade up.
A panel of industry experts is to discuss innovation in the whisky industry and how it can tap into a new generation of drinkers at the upcoming Distiller’s City Debate 2015.
Say “no” to green beer, “boo” to Bourbon and Scotch, and approach overcomplicated cocktails with caution – these are just some of our tips for celebrating St Patrick’s day properly.
Central and Eastern European spirits producer Stock Spirits has announced that potentially €6 million of allegedly fraudulent payments were made within its Polish business over the last five years.
Wild Turkey showed signs of struggling to capitalise on the current Bourbon boom, as owner Gruppo Campari announced a pre-tax profit fall of -15.7% in its end of year results.
Ahead of the global wine event in Düsseldorf next week, db has sifted through the products due to debut at ProWein, selecting the top offerings.
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