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Starbucks jumps on gin bandwagon

14 March 2018 | Lucy Britner

Starbucks has become the latest company to tap into the gin craze, with the launch of Starbucks Reserve Gin Barrel-Aged Cold Brew.... read more


Feeling Blue on Monday? Help is at hand

15 January 2018 | Olly Wehring

It may not be scientific, but the third Monday in January has been coined 'Blue Monday' - the most depressing day of the year. Dreamed up in the UK by a psychologist commissioned by a holiday company 14 years ago, there's method in the madness: Lousy weather, post-Christmas blues, last pay-day feels ages ago, next pay-day barely on the horizon...... read more


Bad day on the beer? This'll help

3 November 2017 | Olly Wehring

If you work for a brewer and are having a rough week, take a minute to regain some perspective with this, from the good people at US craft beer producer Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.... read more


Brewers Association "bid" to buy Anheuser-Busch InBev strikes a chord

17 October 2017 | Andy Morton

Is this a case of if you can't beat them, buy them?... read more


Non-alcoholic beer fails the Bernstein challenge

14 July 2017 | Andy Morton

Crazy days in the Bernstein offices. Taking time out from being one of the world’s top beverage analysts, the Bernstein team, lead by its London-based veteran Trevor Stirling, held its very own taste test on a range of beers while researching a new report on the non-alcoholic category.... read more


AG Barr launches Funkin innovation search

5 July 2017 | Lucy Britner

AG Barr has lined up a Funkin campaign in the UK to find an 'innovation champion'. ... read more


Are you a beer geek? Take the Brewdog quiz and find out

28 June 2017 | Andy Morton

Brewdog, the Scottish craft brewer, likes to claim its drinkers are some of the most knowledgeable around.... read more


The (temporary) return of Paul Walsh to the drinks debate

27 April 2017 | Andy Morton

Paul Walsh just can't stay away from the drinks industry.... read more


Budweiser races to stock Mars bars

16 March 2017 | Lucy Britner

For those people looking to the Red Planet as shining utopia away from all things earth, look away now.... read more


When life gives you lemons, make soap

9 February 2017 | Lucy Britner

Bacardi's 42 Below vodka brand has found a novel way to use the lemons left over from cocktail-making: Turn them into liquid soap.... read more


Small measures required as Philadelphia soda tax adds up

4 January 2017 | Andy Morton

Philadelphia’s soda tax came into force on Sunday, and is reportedly causing a stir in the city's check-out aisles.... read more


Angostura advertises the news

12 December 2016 | Lucy Britner

Most of the time, changes at the top of a company present themselves in press releases, stock exchange filings or responses from a spokesperson.... read more


Accolade Wines and a giant of the tennis world

12 December 2016 | Olly Wehring

Earlier this month, I was most-kindly invited by Accolade Wines to visit the Royal Albert Hall in London. The reason? They wanted to see a tennis great in action, and then give them a guided tour through their Anakena wine portfolio.... read more


Situation Vacant - Must love whisk(e)y

8 December 2016 | Olly Wehring

Do you like whisk(e)y? And, I mean, really like whisk(e)y? Are you at a loose end in the first half of 2017? If so, then I've found just the job for you.... read more


Coca-Cola's selfie bottle might be a step too far

18 November 2016 | Lucy Britner

Whenever we read anything about Millennial consumers, there is almost always mention of the personalisation trend as well as the importance of social media.... read more


Anheuser-Busch InBev execs have a dream - a US$350m-sized one

15 November 2016 | Andy Morton

Ever wondered what fuels Anheuser-Busch InBev's acquisitional drive? Is it naked ambition? Faith? The good of mankind?... read more


Anheuser-Busch InBev's Bud Light ad pull shows not all campaigns can win

31 October 2016 | Andy Morton

Anheuser-Busch InBev is reportedly calling a halt to its Seth Rogan and Amy Schumer Bud Light campaign in the US.... read more


SABMiller's last word

10 October 2016 | Andy Morton

Today is SABMiller's final day. Some time this evening, Brussel's time, the second-biggest brewer in the world will be subsumed into the biggest, creating a beer behemoth of unprecedented proportions.... read more


"Buy a Mountain Dew and enjoy it"

30 September 2016 | Lucy Britner

No, this is not PepsiCo's new ad slogan for its Mountain Dew brand.... read more


Did Alibaba's 9.9 Global Wine and Spirits Festival flop?

27 September 2016 | Lucy Britner

Major wine players flocked to China ready for online giant Alibaba's 9.9 Global Wine and Spirits Festival, which took place on 9 September.... read more


Is Vietnam about to curb late-night drinking?

27 September 2016 | Andy Morton

In May, Heineken's CEO, Jean-François van Boxmeer, called Vietnam the "poster child" for international beer thanks to strong demographics and growing demand.... read more


Heineken brings commercial know-how to new recruitment drive

16 September 2016 | Andy Morton

Heineken is known for its flashy adverts. Now the brewer has given the star treatment to a new recruitment drive with a glamorous and highly-persuasive ad that, quite frankly, had the staff here at just-drinks dusting off their resumes.... read more


Queues are forming for latest (Jim Beam) Apple product

9 September 2016 | Lucy Britner

Move over iPhone 7 headphones-gate, there is a new Apple product causing a stir. Or a shake. Or just a shot.... read more


Bacardi's ice cube of information

6 September 2016 | Olly Wehring

I was full of questions yesterday when reading our news story about Bacardi's Martini Smart Cube. An ice cube-shaped device that can provide real-time information about its consumer? How? What? Why? Here are some more details to help answer my - and maybe your questions.... read more


Ardbeg's US$16,000 camping trip

6 September 2016 | Lucy Britner

News reaches us today of what has been heralded as the "world's most daring whisky challenge". The Ultimate Ardbeg ARDventurer has been launched this week with an inaugural three-day camping trip.... read more


Heineken gets Foster's profile boost with a catch

6 September 2016 | Olly Wehring

Here in the UK, we're coming to the end of a fine summer of cricket, with England having played against Sri Lanka and Pakistan in a number of matches around the country.... read more


What is Heineken hiding up its sleeve in Australia?

17 August 2016 | Andy Morton

Heineken is gearing up for a product launch in Australia this month. But exactly what the product is, the brewer is not saying.... read more


Anheuser-Busch InBev's craft brewers turn hermits in their own kingdoms

15 August 2016 | Andy Morton

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.... read more


Under the influencers - regulators crack down on sponsored social media

8 August 2016 | Lucy Britner

Drinks companies that use celebrities and influencers to endorse products via social media could be in line for some rule changes.... read more


Drinking & Driving? Ford and Jose Cuervo's Tequila cars

19 July 2016 | Lucy Britner

A couple of months ago, US-based Saltwater Brewery developed 'edible six-pack rings' in an effort to curb threats to wildlife.... read more


I'll drink what I want, Stoli, but make it easy, yeah?

11 July 2016 | Olly Wehring

Last month, SPI Group unveiled its latest advert for Stolichnaya in the US. Its an amusing little number that caries the instruction: Drink what you want. The “I am man” ad looks to distance Millennial men from notions of manliness and encourages them to plough their own furrow.... read more


Your company's homepage on just-drinks

4 July 2016 | Olly Wehring

Who do you work for? I ask, merely to draw your attention to just-drinks’ company pages.... read more


Caipirinha Facts!

8 June 2016 | Olly Wehring

This weekend sees yet another “International Day” for a drinks category. Lucky us. Anyway, ahead of Sunday’s International Cachaça Day, here’s a wealth of information on Brazil’s national spirit, courtesy of Gruppo Campari’s Sagatiba cachaça brand.... read more


The Coca-Cola Co's downward trajectory

8 June 2016 | Andy Morton

In yet one more sign that The Coca-Cola Co is losing its lustre, the soft drinks maker has, for the first time, fallen out of the top ten of a 'world's biggest brands' ranking.... read more


Which calories count?

8 June 2016 | Lucy Britner

What a week for stats! Yesterday, the Beverage Marketing Corporation released figures to show the bottled water market had more than doubled over the past 15 years in the US.... read more


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