A new distillery in the Cotswolds is joining the English whisky revival and set to launch a range of craft spirits when it begins production this summer.
Following the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the controversial alcohol duty escalator in yesterday’s Budget, we round up reaction from some of the industry’s most prominent figures.
Producers, retailers and trade bodies have welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the duty escalator on alcohol, cut beer taxes and freeze those on spirits and most ciders.
Campaigners are toasting their success after it was announced that the “unfair” alcohol duty escalator on wines and spirits is to be scrapped and duty on all spirits frozen.
Jack Daniel’s is fighting proposed changes to relax the rules on the production of Tennessee whiskey which it says would undermine its brand.
UK pubs are becoming increasingly reliant on revenue from wine and spirits, new research has shown.
A new set of rules for the global alcohol industry have been published to clarify the “do’s and don’ts” of responsible drinks marketing.
This week saw dozens of producers attend the annual Champagne Bureau’s UK tasting, a Ballantine’s cocktail masterclass and a trip to London’s latest rare whisky bar.
From a sparkling Brazilian Moscato to a limited edition Camus VSOP, we round up the top products launched in March.
The UK Scotch whisky market shrunk by 3% last year strengthening calls by the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) to scrap an “unfair” super tax on spirits.
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