Oak-aged beer brand Innis & Gunn is branching out with the launch of two fruit beers.
Tesco stores in Scotland have been selling three cases of beer for as little as £10 following an EPoS error which has led to customer stampedes at some stores.
Budvar UK has produced its first promotional case for independents in a bid to give them a chance against the buying power of the multiple retailers.
Madness are the latest heritage pop and rock act to be signed up to do a Kronenbourg 1664 ad.
Kronenbourg 1664 has signed a deal with Absolute Radio which will see the brand sponsoring comedian Dave Gorman’s Sunday morning show from June 5.
Red Stripe will continue to be brewed in Bedford despite UK marketing and distribution switching to Diageo.
Peroni and Pilsner Urquell brewer SABMiller is investing £3 million in a new research facility which could eventually find ways of extending the shelf life of packaged beer.
Heineken has unveiled an outdoor media campaign in London to support the brand’s long-running sponsorship of the UEFA Champions League.
Wells & Young’s has launched a £4 million marketing campaign for its Bombardier ale, starring comedian Rik Mayall.
Brewdog has admitted it is struggling to maintain customer service levels following a surge in orders.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has appointed two new business development managers.
Adnams has relaunched its Southwold Bitter bottled ale with a new pack design.
Stella Artois and Budweiser producer AB Inbev has reported a small decline in its UK beer volumes, although the world’s biggest brewer managed to more than double its first-quarter profit on a global scale.
Molson Coors has reported a 10% increase in net sales in its UK and Ireland business in the first quarter of 2011.
Heineken has been named as launch sponsor for the new Channel 4 - 30 day 4oD Catch-up app on the iPad.
Marks & Spencer has added a new seasonal beer to its bottled ale range.
London brewer Fuller, Smith & Turner has created a special golden ale to help Ascot Racecourse celebrate its 300th birthday.
Heineken has unveiled a new computer application tying in with its sponsorship of the UEFA Champions League.
Sainsbury’s is inviting its customers to help judge its latest beer competition.
SAB Miller has recorded a 3% fall in lager volumes in Europe in the year to the end of March.
Sharp’s Brewery has reported a 45% increase for its flagship Doom Bar ale.
Alsace-brewed Meteor beer has been repackaged for the UK and is planning a sales drive in the off-trade.
Speciality beer importer Morgenrot has won UK exclusivity for the distribution of the Spanish beer brand Cruzcampo.
Heineken is offering consumers the chance to win tickets to the UEFA Champions League final in an on-pack promotion.
Carlsberg is launching a new global TV campaign to correct what it sees as a gulf between brand recognition and sales.
A new global TV ad for Heineken is getting its first UK airing from today.
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.
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