The Benevolent’s pedalling-powerhouse of a chairman continued his 14-day challenge to visit all 91 of the UK’s league football grounds today.
Beer writer, Jane Peyton, has been crowned the winner of the British Institute of Innkeeping Beer Academy Beer Sommelier of the Year awards.
On day three of the Benevolent chairman’s challenge, Chris Porter travelled to the south coast taking in six stadiums in one of his most challenging days yet.
A UK brewery which had its premises raided and safe stolen has offered the reward of ‘beer for a year’ to anyone with information leading to a conviction.
Cloudy Bay is kicking off its UK summer marketing activity with a high profile presence at this month’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Back-scratchers and Stetson hats are among the most popular items purchased by drunken Brits online.
Researchers claim to have proven the existence of “beer goggles”, concluding that people really do start looking more attractive after a few drinks.
The majority of Brits lack confidence in choosing wine with 70% admitting they bluff their way through their wine choices, according to the Wine and Spirit Education Trust.
Today, the chairman of drinks charity The Benevolent set off on fundraising challenge to visit 91 UK football grounds without a car in just 14 days.
On-trade wholesaler, Matthew Clark, has reported growth of 7% following a “surge” in sales from its wine portfolio.
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