A leading homelessness charity has described the tax hike in superstrength lagers as a “wake-up call” for the industry, describing the products as more deadly than crack cocaine.
Goose Island, the Chicago brewer which enjoys a cult following in the UK, has been bought by AB Inbev.
Beer-Ritz and Beer Paradise, which stopped trading earlier this month due for legal reasons, are back in business following a management buyout.
Shepherd Neame has reported an increase in beer volumes, despite poor weather conditions and challenging economic conditions.
The Campaign for Real Ale is celebrating its 40th birthday today.
Brewdog has declared a “crap beer amnesty” as it launches its flagship Punk IPA brand in cans for the first time.
Jygsaw Brands is backing Newcastle Brown with a national press campaign.
Fuller’s Beer Company managing director John Roberts is to leave the business next Monday (March 7).
A Tory MP has tabled an Early Day Motion in Parliament urging the Chancellor to scrap plans for an increase in beer duty.
McEwan’s Export is offering consumers the chance to be a Scottish Laird for a day in an on-pack promotion.
Scrapping the proposed duty increase on beer would save more than 10,000 jobs in the coming year, it has been claimed.
Carlsberg said it managed to increase its market share in the UK in 2010 despite "challenging" trading conditions in northern and western Europe.
Carlsberg is offering cash prizes for the best merchandised independent stores as part of a marketing drive around what it calls “the big five” national events of the spring.
Wells & Young’s has issued a product recall on 12 bottled beers.
Heineken has reported strong profit growth for its UK operations, despite a continuing downturn in the beer market.
Foster’s has confirmed it is to separate its wine and beer divisions.
Hall & Woodhouse is to redesign its bottled Badger ale brands.
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