Beer sales in the UK have fallen in the second quarter of 2013, according to the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), although many brewers have seen a recent hot weather boost.
Hong Kong’s Slurp Asia is trading profitably despite the troubles faced by its UK namesake, which went into administration last month.
Sales of a beer which has been brewed to mark Yorkshire Day will help a charity based in the county.
BrewDog has become embroiled in a tussle with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after a complaint about language on the Scottish craft brewer’s website.
Police in Hertfordshire have released CCTV stills of a van they want to trace after a large quantity of Champagne was stolen in an “audacious” theft.
Marnier Lapostolle, owner of the Grand Marnier liqueur brand, is to launch a super-premium pisco in the UK market from the Elqui Valley in Chile.
Pub chain JD Wetherspoon has delivered “better-than-expected” revenues amid increasing optimism about the economy.
A pub in Cambridge has celebrated the new royal birth by permanently reserving a seat, in the form of highchair, for the prince.
Quintessential Drinks has formed an offshoot, “Essential Drinks”, as part of its plan to become a leading European company with a global reach.
A controversial new ‘pub tax’, which will see drinkers contributing to the cost of policing, is expected to get the first stage of approval in Leeds.
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