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By: Donna Hood Crecca | 24 May 2013
Has the craft beer backlash begun? Here Technomic's Donna Hood Crecca takes a look at the current state of the US market and the issues facing the sub-category.
By: Richard Corbett | 24 May 2013
Soft drinks are becoming a target for health campaigners in the same way as tobacco and alcohol are. Increased taxes are now a real threat. But, as Richard Corbett argues, if producers move swiftly they can see off these threats.
Comment – Wehring's Way – The London International Wine Fair is Dead, Long Live the London Wine Fair
By: Olly Wehring | 23 May 2013
As the curtain came down on the London International Wine Fair, not only for this year, but forever, on Wednesday, I couldn't help but feel a twinge of sadness: No more would I have to wend my way to the veritable desert of East London.
By: Olly Wehring | 22 May 2013
Hats off to the folk at Buffalo Trace for seeing an opportunity where others have seen a problem.
By: James Wilmore | 16 May 2013
It was always a case of when, not if: Anheuser-Busch InBev has finally launched its Stella Artois cider off-shoot, Cidre, into the US market this week.
By: Andy Morton | 13 May 2013
Gruppo Campari's CEO, Bob Kunze-Concewitz, went a little off-piste in a conference call with analysts today (13 May).
By: Olly Wehring | 8 May 2013
The writing has been on the wall for a while now for the London International Wine Fair. And, yesterday, the event's organisers, Brintex, confirmed what many had long expected: The wine fair is down-grading in both focus and size.
By: Ray Rowlands | 8 May 2013
Ray Rowlands of Drinksinfo Ltd considers some of the product innovations that have shaped the US cola market following news of the pending launch of an omega-3 variant.
By: Olly Wehring | 7 May 2013
Like a royal's obituary, I could have penned this item about Paul Walsh's departure from Diageo quite some time ago. After all, it has been widely known in industry circles for the better part of two years that Walsh was going to call time on his tenure either this year or next.
By: Olly Wehring | 3 May 2013
Yesterday evening, the Worshipful Company of Distillers hosted a debate in London about gin. Up for discussion was the question: “Gin: A tortuous history with a brilliant future?”
By: Olly Wehring | 3 May 2013
By: Chris Losh | 2 May 2013
By: Olly Wehring | 30 April 2013
By: Larry Nelson | 29 April 2013
By: Andy Morton | 29 April 2013
By: Richard Corbett | 23 April 2013
By: Ray Rowlands | 9 April 2013
By: Andy Morton | 8 April 2013
By: Olly Wehring | 5 April 2013
By: Chris Losh | 4 April 2013
By: James Wilmore | 3 April 2013
By: Chris Mercer | 2 April 2013
By: James Wilmore | 28 March 2013
By: Ian Buxton | 25 March 2013
By: Richard Corbett | 21 March 2013
By: James Wilmore | 21 March 2013
By: Andy Morton | 19 March 2013
By: Larry Nelson | 19 March 2013
By: Olly Wehring | 19 March 2013
By: Ray Rowlands | 14 March 2013