Britvic has released its annual overview of the soft drinks category. The sector is showing juicy growth but there are challenges ahead. Here are the highlights...
Making a good coffee is harder than it looks and with the coffee market booming and competition high, you can't afford to serve a bad one.
A leading figure in American craft beer has warned that pressures faced by the industry could be replicated in the UK.
Britvic Soft Drinks is bringing the first ginger-flavoured cola to the UK this summer in the form of Pepsi Max Ginger.
St Patrick's Day was a huge hit in pubs this year, according to data from card payment service provider Payment Sense.
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Carling brewer Molson Coors has launched a new initiative which it says is designed to 'save' the Great British pub.
A new look for Foster's aims to tell the story of its Australian heritage and refreshing flavour, said brewer Heineken.
Butcombe Brewery is celebrating a new chapter in its story, not only with the new look it has given its classic range of beers but also by offering Inapub readers the chance to win a free install and 50-litre keg.
Drinks producers have reacted with anger at the 3.9 per cent duty increase that was confirmed in today's Budget.
America's favourite beer has landed in the UK in a bid to crack the millennial market.
Kids' favourite, Robinsons Fruit Shoot, is to get its first global campaign, as brand owner Britvic looks to inspire children and their parents.
Touted as a super-premium version of the shot brand, Jägermeister Manifest is based on the brand's original secret recipe but with added botanicals and time spent maturing in oak casks.
Zero and reduced sugar Coca-Cola sales will outstrip classic Coke sales for the first time next year, according to the brand owner.
TV presenter Graham Norton's own wine range has been taken on by Matthew Clark from today (March 1).
Heineken has launched a new beer brand aimed at bringing new drinkers into the craft end of the market.
Fuller's has unveiled what it has described as its biggest beer launch in a generation.
As we head into 2017 we reveal the second of our annual Category Insights features.
Over 60 per cent of adults buy wine in some form or another – still white wine remains the most popular followed by red and rosé.
Two headline hitting events of last 12-months are set to have a significant impact on the spirits category over the next few years.