The alcohol industry’s ability to shape alcohol policy nationally and globally needs to be “curtailed” because of a fundamental conflict of interest.
Molson Coors UK has announced the closure of its brewery in Hampshire, putting 100 jobs at risk.
CAMRA has announced that 600 pubs are now listed as having community value, but says the government is not doing enough to protect public houses.
Consumers aged 65 and over are most likely to bring cheap wine to parties according to a new study by Wine Intelligence.
The first British-made version of Grappa has been released into the market by a UK micro-distillery in Devon.
Thomas Hine & Co has added a new Cognac to its range, Domaines Hine Bonneuil, a single vineyard expression launching with its 2005 vintage.
Cider brand Kopparberg has teamed up with London-based knitwear label Leutton Postle to launch a winter jumper along with its spiced apple flavour.
One of just six, six-litre bottles of beer worth £800 has gone on sale in London.
A new Food Crime Unit is setting itself against rising levels of wine fraud, amid claim drinks companies aren’t doing enough to help prevent crime.
The organisers of a new Scottish gin and whisky festival called Nip saw a dancer at their launch event offer an unexpectedly risqué interpretation of its theme.
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