Once upon a time venturing out for a beer meant selecting from a range of the same veteran, tried and tested brand.
The Good Beer Guide 2018 has arrived, confirming the best places to grab a pint around the United Kingdom.
Approximately 5.6 million people flocked to Munich, Germany last September to enjoy the world’s largest beer festival.
Beer giant Carling — owned by Molson Coors — has sidestepped a £50m tax payment in the UK by putting advertising Carling as four percent alcohol proof (ABV) when it’s actually been just 3.7 percent since 2012.
Now that we’re used to having the likes of Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri as part of our daily lives, we can forget about the impact that artificial intelligence (AI) is really having on the world.
Alcohol consumption comes with consequences.
55,000 beer-lovers have descended on London for the annual Great British Beer Festival.
A year has passed since the UK voted to leave the European Union and the decision has had a positive impact on some UK exports.
Beer brewing predates the production of cannabis, distilled spirits, and wine but while other industries from antiquity have been resistant to change, brewing has been quick to embrace new technologies.
Japan’s beer sales have been declining for decades, while alcohol free beer has performed well since well-known brand Kirin entered the market in 2009.
AB InBev has been hindered by marketing missteps this past month as it attempts to address an alarming Achilles heel in its portfolio.
The impact of Brexit in the form of a weaker pound and higher inflation will add to an already complicated trading landscape for British beer exports.
India has banned the sale of alcohol along national and state highways from the beginning of this month, following a Supreme Court (SC) order last year.
Supermarket giant Tesco has pulled Heineken products from its shelves over a disagreement over price rises.
There’s been a lot of talk recently from the companies that want humans to populate space.
Brexit is looming and UK prime minister Theresa May is adamantly sticking to the end-of-March deadline for the triggering of Article 50 and the formal process of leaving the European Union.
It seems nothing can stop the rising tide of craft beer from flooding the world.