A Christmas-themed transvestite, Uma Thurman and a boutique beer tasting on the HMS President Embankment – it’s certainly been an eventful week.
The House of Lords has launched an inquiry into the next EU alcohol strategy, potentially informing policy on issues such as minimum unit pricing.
Diageo has blamed a net sales loss of £1.1 billion in 2014 on weak emerging markets and a continued slowdown in China.
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Jägermeister’s first ever UK TV advert has been banned after it was deemed to encourage “tough” or “daring” behaviour.
Morrisons has become the first UK retailer to stop selling cans with more than four units of alcohol in a single serve.
A trio of female beer experts have teamed up to launch Beer Day Britain – set to become an annual celebration of the British beer industry.
A UK restaurant is believed to be the first in the country to ban smoking in their beer garden after complaints by other guests.
The distillery which produces Caorunn gin is to become the third Scottish distillery to install eco-friendly boilers thanks to funding from the UK Green Investment Bank.
The quality of some of the world’s top wines is down to a concentration of expertise rather than terroir, a French professor has argued.
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