Beer & cider: Latest news and analysis articles
It's seven o'clock in the morning, and the gathering crowd already boasts a few dozen hardy souls. By the time sales actually commence in a...
Observational epidemiologic studies relating alcohol consumption to health and disease have been remarkably consistent over many decades: li...
Yesterday, Carlsberg reported a 25% leap in half-year net profits despite tough trading environments in several of its key markets. In its o...
Earlier today, Carlsberg reported its first-half results, posting a 25% boost in net profits. Here, we look at the company’s performance dur...
Last month, just-drinks deputy editor Lucy Britner visited Brauerei C&A Veltins in Meschede-Grevenstein, Germany. The family-owned company used the visit to announce marketing activity to mark 500 years of Germany's purity law, the Reinheitsgebot. While there, Lucy sat down with export manager Udo Bruns and UK agent Steve Holt to discuss the role the law plays in today's 'craft culture', the rise of no- and low-alcohol offerings in Germany and why Veltins is only brewed in one place.
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.
Rok Drinks has extended the US footprint of its German beer brand, ABK Beer.
UK cider company Brothers is to roll out resealable, recyclable cartons for its cider as it looks to target festival goers.
Craft Brew Alliance has strengthened its tie-up with major shareholder Anheuser-Busch InBev, which could see the brewing giant launch a takeover within the next three years.
New figures from UK brewer Greene King have shown a big jump in out-of-home drinks spend by families with children.
Scottish brewer Harviestoun has joined the craft beer trend for cans as it rolls out some key lines in the format.
UK-based Purity Brewing Co has appointed two directors as it hails the growth of its craft beers.
Heineken is gearing up for a product launch in Australia this month. But exactly what the product is, the brewer is not saying.
It's Summer in the northern hemisphere and the beer festivals are in full swing. Even the famously secluded North Korea is letting its regulation-cut hair down with the Taedonggang Beer Festival, named for the country's domestic beer and reportedly a firm favourite with leader Kim Jong-un.
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