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db‘s brief round up of drinks headlines that should be on your radar.

The BBC has taken a deep dive into whether or not red wine can ever be good for your health.

The Telegraph reports that an American man suffers from a rare condition which means his gut brews its own beer.

The Guardian gives the latest update on the booming gin craze, as consumption of novelty gins are up 750%, according to WSTA.

According to the National, no-deal Brexit minister Michael Gove bet health secretary Matt Hancock “a good bottle of wine” that Boris Johnson’s withdrawal agreement would pass in the House of Commons by three votes, drawing accusations of bad taste.

Kerrang is very excited about the launch of Iron Maiden’s latest beer in partnership with Robinson’s.

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