Blog: 2008: How was it for you?
Olly Wehring | 19 December 2008
Those eagle-eyed readers among you may have noticed that we have begun publishing reviews of the year for different sectors of the industry.
We began with beer yesterday, and moved on to spirits today, charting the major events of the last 12 months and examining how they have shaped the industry for the future. Next week comes the turn of wine and soft drinks.
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Feel free to send in your most memorable drinks-related event of 2008. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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