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If it's not one thing then it's another. Such is the way of the global drinks market....
The Indian drinks industry was described as "shocked". And, certainly, the decision by the Supreme Court last Friday to uphold a ban on liqu...
Yesterday, UK Prime Minister Theresa May invoked Article 50 of the European Union's constitution, formally beginning the two-year process by...
just-drinks is thrilled to welcome a new industry commentator to the fold. Until earlier this year, Ian Shackleton spent over 25 years as a...
In this, the second part of our interview the head of the UK's Wine & Spirit Trade Association, Miles Beale looks beyond the European Union and sees cause for optimism, despite the uncertainty of recent months.
Earlier this week, just-drinks met with Miles Beale, the head of the UK's Wine & Spirit Trade Association, to discuss all things Brexit. In the first of this two-part interview, Beale looks back at how the country's wine and spirits categories have responded to the referendum vote in June that will see the UK leave the European Union.
The European Commission has invited drinks companies to offer their views on how the European Union might reform its excise duty rules.
Boston Beer Co founder Jim Koch has warned of the end of the American craft beer revolution as laissez-faire US regulations allow multinational brewers to carve up the beer market.
The ban on alcohol sales near India's roads has come into effect, with even more outlets being affected than originally expected.
Wine trade groups in both the UK and Europe have said they are united in the fight for a free-trade agreement, on the day the UK triggered Article 50 and started the process of leaving the European Union.
Heineken has withdrawn from a legal fight over a disputed brand name in Romania, amid pressure from the Hungarian Government regarding its red star logo.
US craft beer trade group the Brewers Association has launched a nutrient database to help small brewers comply with upcoming on-premise labelling regulations.
Philadelphia’s soda tax came into force on Sunday, and is reportedly causing a stir in the city's check-out aisles.
This week, consumers in Ontario were able to go into a supermarket and buy beer.
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