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After last week's look at what the first six months of 2013 has in store for the wine industry, Chris Losh considers the second half of the year. Prepare yourself for yet more insight and analysis from our resident wine bard.
Having recently returned from his travels, Ian Buxton reports back on some of the more outlandish attempts to innovate in the notoriously traditionalist world of whisk(e)y.
In the second of our just-drinks Interview special this month, Michelle Russell talks to Tom de Man, president of Africa and Middle East for Heineken, about the brewer's hopes in South Africa, and its partnership with Diageo in the region.
Scotch whisky producer Isle of Arran Distillers is looking to up its US profile after switching distributors in the country.
Castle Brands has posted a healthy set of second-quarter results, with sales climbing and losses shrinking.
Castle Brands has tapped its Gosling’s rum brand for casks to create an extension of its Jefferson’s Bourbon brand.
Castle Brands has posted a lacklustre Q1 but said sales are expected to accelerate through the year as a number of new products roll out.
Bermuda-based Goslings Brothers has partnered with distributor Monarq Group to launch its namesake rum portfolio in Latin America.
A 30% jump in whiskey volumes has boosted full-year sales for New York spirits producer Castle Brands.
Castle Brands has continued to boost sales in its fiscal year-to-date, with the top line leaping by almost 27% in the nine months to the end of December.
Castle Brands has reported further recovery thanks to its rum, American and Irish whiskey brands.
Castle Brands is continuing down the road to recovery after a healthy rise in sales saw the company turn an operating profit in its third quarter.
Castle Brands has recorded a double-digit lift in first-half sales, helping the group narrow its losses.
Zambian Breweries, the SABMiller subsidiary, has started work on a new US$32.6m malting plant in Lusaka.
Production has begun at SABMiller's new US$33.3m brewery in Namibia, the company said today.
Castle Brands has widened Q1 losses despite a rise in sales after it invested US$4.2m in aged Bourbon stocks.
Castle Brands has called fiscal 2014 a “turning point” despite a difficult 12 months in which full-year sales increased but losses widened.
The Walled Garden Trading Co, based out of Gordon Castle in north-east Scotland, is to launch its first major product from its new luxury food and drink range.
Castle Brands has seen a strong rise in nine-month sales, but net losses widened because of further non-cash charges.
SABMiller has started work on tripling production capacity at one of its Nigerian breweries as part of a US$110m investment.
Castle Brands has widened its H1 losses despite an upturn in net sales.
Diageo has released a short film with Alfred Dunhill to commemorate the launch of a limited-edition Johnnie Walker Blue Label collection designed by the British menswear company.
Castle Brands has widened its Q1 losses despite an upturn in sales and a narrower operating loss.
PepsiCo is to drop the “all natural” claim from its Naked Juice brand after settling a lawsuit that said some ingredients are synthetic, according to reports.
Castle Brands has seen its decision to reduce support for its wine brands hit the bottom line in its full year, despite a healthy rise in sales.
Molson Coors' Sharp's Brewery brand Doom Bar has replaced Greene King IPA as the UK's best-selling cask ale, according to latest figures.
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