Two beer cans from 1930s sell for £2,270

Two cans of pale ale from Welsh brewer Felinfoel, believed to be the first beer ever canned outside the US, have sold at auction for £2,270.50 including buying fees.

Lawyers prevent brewery from sponging off Mary Berry

Lawyers representing food writer and television presenter Mary Berry have reportedly sent a cease and desist letter to a US brewery, preventing it from selling a pastry stout in her name. 

The week in pictures

From Sarah Jessica Parker debuting her wine label in New York and wig wearing at the Louis Roederer awards, to Michael Jordan joining the Tequila bandwagon, it's been a busy week in the world of drinks.

Lower Scottish drink drive limit has no change on accident rate

The lowering of the drink drive limit in Scotland did not have a significant impact on reducing road traffic accidents within the first two years it has been found.

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