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The importance of the drinking pattern on wine’s health effects - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 189 26 Jul 2016

Column: Critiques from the International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

A recent review article appearing in Food & Function, a publication of the Royal Society of Chemistry in the UK, presents a summary of evidence-based scientific data relating the moderate consumption of wine and other alcoholic beverages to health.


Peet's Coffee's RTD Cold Brew - Product Launch 26 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

California coffee company Peet's Coffee has launched a ready-to-drink range based on its cold brew offering.


BrewDog's Live Dead Pony Club - Product Launch 26 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

BrewDog has released a cask version of its Dead Pony Club beer that uses live yeast to ferment in the keg.


The Coca-Cola Co's Q2/H1 2016 results - Preview 25 Jul 2016

Column: just the Preview

On Wednesday, the Coca-Cola Co will release its results for the second quarter - and first half - of 2016. Here, just-drinks takes a closer look at the company's performance in the three months to the end of June.


AG Barr's Irn Bru Xtra - Product Launch 25 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

AG Barr is to launch its first permanent new Irn-Bru in 35 years, a sugar-free version that claims to taste more like the original than the current zero-calorie extensions.


US cider on course to stabilise - Boston Beer CEO  22 Jul 2016

Column: just On Call

Boston Beer Co's CEO has said cider trends in the US may stabilise over the year as the impact from hard soda fades away.


Can craft breweries compete in lager arena? - Comment 21 Jul 2016

Column: Comment - Beer - Beaumont's Brews

Regardless of what country you choose or in which time period it is framed, three words can be used to characterise most early craft beer development: small, undercapitalised and ale. As much as the first two are fairly obvious – we didn't call it 'microbrewing' for nothing, and pretty much all small-scale start-ups are underfunded – the third, ale, is somewhat less self-evident. It is nevertheless directly related to its predecessors.


SABMiller's Q1 sales performance by region - Focus 21 Jul 2016

Column: Focus

Earlier today, SABMiller released a trading update, with sales in the three months to the end of June rising by 2% year-on-year. Here, just-drinks looks at the company's top-line performance by region.


Remy Cointreau's Q1 performance by brand and region - Focus 20 Jul 2016

Column: Focus

Earlier today, Remy Cointreau posted flat sales for the three months to the end of June. Here, just-drinks takes a closer look at the company's sales performance by brand and on a regional basis in the period.


Halewood Wines & Spirits' Surprisingly Good wine range - Product Launch 19 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

UK drinks company Halewood Wines & Spirits has launched a range of "fresh and simple" wines called Surprisingly Good. 


Gonzalez Byass’ Finca Constancia Entre Lunas 2013 - Product Launch 19 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Gonzalez Byass has released the first organic wine to be made at its Otero winery in Spain. Finca Constancia Entre Lunas 2013 is made using 100% Tempranillo grapes. 


The Hain Celestial Group's BluePrint Kombucha Drinks - Product Launch 19 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

The Hain Celestial Group has added a Kombucha range to its BluePrint portfolio of cold-pressed juices.


Coca-Cola Beverages Africa - A new powerhouse is created - Comment 19 Jul 2016

Column: Comment - Soft Drinks & Water - What Does Ray Say?

This month, Ray Rowlands looks at how The Coca-Cola Co, SABMiller, and Gutsche Family Investments have teamed up to create Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, and considers some of its implications for the region.


Do you buy the Wild Geese, Pernod Ricard conspiracy theory? - Editor's Viewpoint 19 Jul 2016

Column: Editor's Viewpoint

In our coverage of the legal ruling in favour of Irish whiskey brand The Wild Geese in Australia yesterday, I sensed a conspiracy theory of pretty impressive proportions. Could the dominant player in the Irish whiskey sector really have been looking to ride roughshod over one of its much smaller competitors?


"We are craft but we are not part of the craft movement" - Interview, Hine international sales director Per Even Allaire 19 Jul 2016

Column: just the Answer

Best known as a vintage Cognac specialist, privately-owned Hine last month released Bonneuil 2006, an expression that does not carry one of the category's traditional VS, VSOP or XO descriptors. As China - the most important market for Cognac in recent years - moves away from the XO-and-above Cognac segment, and the idea of 'craft' drives interest in the category's smaller houses, Hine's new international sales director, Per Even Allaire, tells just-drinks how the company plans to make the most of the new world order.


Remy Cointreau's Q1 sales results - Preview 18 Jul 2016

Column: just the Preview

On Wednesday, Remy Cointreau will report its first-quarter sales figures. Here, just-drinks takes a closer look at the company's performance in the three months to the end of June.


Coca-Cola Co's Aquarius Vive flavours - Product Launch 18 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

The Coca-Cola Co's Spanish arm has launched two Aquarius Vive flavours - Lemon-Lime and Tropical - as it looks to move the brand away from sports drinks.


Molson Coors's New Season Ale - Product Launch 18 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Molson Coors has followed up its sponsorship of the English Premier League with its second limited-edition beer launch in partnership with Sky Sports.


Constellation Brands' Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits Co Orange Vanilla Fathom - Product Launch 15 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Constellation Brands' craft beer unit Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits Co has launched a flavoured version of its Fathom IPA-style beer.


Genesis Today's Superfruit Juices - Product Launch 15 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Superfood supplements company Genesis Today has expanded its line of Superfruit Juices with three reduced sugar offerings.


Why is rum still stuck on the runway? - Comment 14 Jul 2016

Column: Comment - Spirits - A Word with Woodard

For years, rum was lined up to be the spirits industry's next big thing. And yet, for all the shining promise of the category's mix of heritage, mixability and positive lifestyle cues, that potential has never quite been fully exploited, particularly in the vital US market. Richard Woodard reports.


"I'm not going for super-premium; Red Square is what Red Square is" - Interview, Stewart Hainsworth, CEO, Halewood Wines & Spirits - Part II 14 Jul 2016

Column: The just-drinks Interview

Having set out his strategy for Halewood Wine & Spirits and its international units in the first of this two-part interview with just-drinks, CEO Stewart Hainsworth today discusses getting the group's brands in order ahead of laying out plans for acquisitions and launches.


Distell’s Tobermory 18-year-old Bourbon cask, 20-year-old Sherry cask - Product Launch 13 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Distell has followed last month’s release of a 42-year-old iteration of Tobermory single malt with two younger expressions, as part of a competition to win a bottle of the older Scotch whisky.


Rudolph Wild's Capri-Sun Fruity Water - Product Launch 13 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Rudolph Wild has launched a new no-added-sugar Capri-Sun range, Capri-Sun Fruity Water in the UK in partnership with Coca-Cola European Partners.


Diageo's Huxley Rare Genus Whiskey - Product Launch 12 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Diageo has officially launched Huxley Rare Genus Whiskey, the third spirit in its Whiskey Union range.


How the hangover could be a marketing opportunity for soft drinks - Comment 12 Jul 2016

Column: Comment - Soft Drinks & Water - A Bit of Corbett

We (nearly) all suffer from them, and yet we all counter them with different measures. Could the soft drinks industry be missing an opportunity to surf the hangover wave? Richard Corbett reports.


"Halewood was a business that just didn't know where it was going" - Interview, Stewart Hainsworth, CEO, Halewood Wines & Spirits - Part I 12 Jul 2016

Column: The just-drinks Interview

Since forming in 1978, privately-owned Halewood Wines & Spirits has quietly carved a niche in the UK's beer, wine, spirits and RTD categories, through the Lambrini, Red Square vodka and Crabbie's Alcoholic Ginger Beer brands. However, performance has suffered in the years following founder John Halewood's death. In the first of a two-part interview, group CEO Stewart Hainsworth talks to just-drinks' deputy editor, Lucy Britner, about his vision for the group's future growth as well as Russian oligarchs and the company's recent stake purchase in The Pogues Irish whiskey.


Stone Brewing's Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout - Product Launch 12 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Stone Brewing CEO Greg Koch has again partnered Stand By Me star Wil Wheaton and Fark.com creator Drew Curtis to release a stout.


Treasury Wines Estates' Rosemount Meal Matchers - Product Launch 11 Jul 2016

Column: The Launch Pad - Product Launches

Treasury Wine Estates has launched a new Rosemount range that highlights on the bottles the food each wine best pairs with.


"If you're producing in Europe and selling into the UK, Brexit will hit you with a double-whammy" - Interview, Francoise Sonneville, Rabobank senior beverages analyst 8 Jul 2016

Column: just the Answer

Earlier today, Rabobank published a note looking at the likely effects on the drinks industry of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. Francoise Sonneville, senior analyst for beverages at Rabobank and the note's author, spoke to just-drinks yesterday.

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