The Co-op has added 50 new beer lines in what it described as a “major range reset”.

The focus is on premium and world beers, but the revamp also includes a larger range of low-alcohol and craft beers.

The new additions in world beer include Cruzcampo, Via Roma, Birra Moretti Sale di Mare and 1664 Blanc.

The Co-op has moved all single pack craft beers from 33cl to 40cl and added more lines from Brewgooder, Tiny Rebel, Northern Monk, Beavertown and Brewdog.

Beavertown Neck Oil and Brooklyn Stonewall IPA are now available in multipacks.

Jonathan Buckley, the Co-op’s commercial buying manager for drinks, said: “These latest changes look to make our range easier to shop with clear trade-up opportunities, which reflects the changing needs of our shoppers as a convenience retailer. 

“Offering an eclectic and high-quality range is at the heart of our strategy, with a range of price points, so while we look to add more premiumisation, we will continue to offer core standard lager lines too.”