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Four Roses is raising a glass to 130 years of distilling with a special limited edition bourbon.

One Gin has secured a new nationwide off-trade listing which will help towards its goal of raising £20 million for water projects in the world’s poorest communities by 2020.

Berry Bros & Rudd has added a coffee liqueur to its own-label range, prompted by the company’s historic association with coffee.

Hendrick’s Gin has unveiled a new distilling home, which the company said is “truly befitting a gin famed for its sense of invention and wonder”.

Hammonds of Knutsford has launched a Japanese rice beer into the UK market.

Fields, Morris & Verdin (FMV) has added a renowned Chilean winery to its agency portfolio.

St-Remy is releasing the first expression of its Cask Finish Collection.

A vegan Winefulness event will make its debut in London next month, offering visitors tasting experiences alongside mindfulness activities.

Britain's Beer and Cider Academy has announced that drinks educator and writer, Jane Peyton, is now the UK's first accredited Pommelier.

St Peter's Brewery has appointed John Hadingham as its new managing director.

The average price of a bottle of wine has risen by 5.2% since Brits voted to leave the European Union in June 2016.

Chapel Down has reported 15% year-on-year sales growth for the six months to June 30, 2018, as demand for its wine and spirits has soared.

Distell has unveiled six new limited-edition malt whiskies from a range of distilleries it owns across Scotland.

TV star Brian Cox has teamed up with brewer JW Lees to launch a zesty amber ale called Cosmic Brew.

Students drink an average of 14 shots during the course of Freshers’ Week, according to new research from herbal liqueur brand Jägermeister.

Stroud Brewery has introduced two small-batch limited edition brews to its collection of organic beers. 

London retailer Real Ale has helped Marks & Spencer overhaul its own-label beer range in time for the key Christmas trading period.

A second Wines of Japan tasting is set to take place in October, following the success of the “revelatory and acclaimed” event in February this year.

Nirvana Brewery has launched its first organic, alcohol-free beer, which will hit the shelves at the end of October.

Corney & Barrow has added a “benchmark” Macon-Villages wine to its own label range.

Echo Falls has branched out of its Californian heartland to launch a Prosecco in time to capitalise on the Christmas trading period.

Mackmyra gears up for UK push

24 September, 2018

Swedish spirits producer Mackmyra has invested in creating a subsidiary company in order to fully introduce its brands to the UK market.

Taylor’s has created an exclusive Port blend released in a limited edition bottle that recreates a historic bottle shape from the first half of the 18th century.

Hi-Spirits is launching Corazón Tequila to tap into the popularity of premium tequila.

Melanie Brown, founder of The New Zealand Wine Cellar, has expanded her business with the launch of The Australian Cellar.

Three limited-edition bottlings of whisky will be revealed at The Whisky Show 2018, which is now in its tenth year.

Curious Brewery has announced it will be the first-ever sponsor of the UK’s wine harvest, which is set to be the biggest in its history.

La Companie de La Burgondie is celebrating its first major UK off-trade listing with the launch of a wine made from an ancient Burgundian variety into Tesco stores.

AB Inbev has revealed it will launch its Michelob Ultra brand in the UK, as part of its strategy of expanding its low and no-alcohol portfolio. 

The Balvenie has released a limited-edition expression designed to mark the 25th anniversary of DoubleWood.