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England will face Tunisia, Panama and Belgium in the group stages of the World Cup

14 million more pints will be drunk during the World Cup group stages

The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA), which released the figures, said the number of pints could boost the economy by as much as £42m.

England will face Tunisia, Panama and Belgium in the group stages of the World Cup
World Gin Day takes place on June 9

It's World Gin Day this Saturday (June 9)

One in 16 of us drinks gin on a daily basis, by all accounts

World Gin Day takes place on June 9
Hogs Back launches World Cup beer

Hogs Back Brewery releases its World Cup beer

The brewery said the beer was bittersweet, much like the experience of supporting England in a World Cup attempt.

Hogs Back launches World Cup beer
Kopparberg Black launched

Kopparberg Black hits the draught market

Flavoured with blackcurrant and blackberry the Swedish cider joins the booming market for fruit cider from the tap.

Kopparberg Black launched
CAMRA chief executive steps down

CAMRA chief executive steps down

 

The chief executive of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), Tim Page, has stepped down from the role.

 

CAMRA chief executive steps down
Fever-Tree is looking for the UK's best pub garden

Fever-Tree is looking for the UK’s best pub garden

Over 600 pubs will get tools and advice to help them revamp their outdoor spaces, as part of the brand's summer campaign. The company wants to "wave goodbye" to the mainstream lager brands' domination of pub gardens with the Fever-Tree G&T Pub Garden awards, it said.

Fever-Tree is looking for the UK's best pub garden
Badger Beers rebadged

Badger Beers rebadged

Badger Beers have been given a major overhaul by Dorset brewers Hall & Woodhouse.

Badger Beers rebadged
WKD launches cocktails in cans

WKD goes for cocktails in cans

WKD Mixed is a new range of six per cent ABV pre-mixed cocktails from the RTD brand

WKD launches cocktails in cans
Hartridges has launched four new "sensibly priced premium mixers"

Hartridges celebrates adding four new mixers

The family-owned soft drinks maker calls the new variants in its Celebrated range, "sensibly priced premium mixers."

Hartridges has launched four new "sensibly priced premium mixers"
Red Bull Keys To Your City can

£1m campaign for Red Bull offers drinkers the “Keys to your City”

The new campaign, which launches next month, is aimed at driving footfall into pubs and bars.

Red Bull Keys To Your City can
Tetley's launches pale ale

Tetley's launches pale ale

Tetley's has launched a pale ale as part of an overall re-brand of the historic Leeds-based brewery.

Tetley's launches pale ale
YouGov has produced a beer map of Britain

What’s the most popular beer in your area?

YouGov has produced a Beer Map of Britain that shows the preferred beer brands in each area.

YouGov has produced a beer map of Britain
Dea Latis report women don't drink beer

Craft has not tempted more women into beer

A new report, The Gender Pint Gap, by YouGov for the female beer group Dea Latis, shows women's attitudes towards beer haven't changed in nearly a decade.

Dea Latis report women don't drink beer

Budweiser World Cup campaign will be the biggest in its history.

AB InBev has announced that this year's Budweiser campaign for the World Cup will be the "largest commercial campaign in the company's history."

Hook Norton has brewed its first lager

Hook Norton brews its first ever lager

The Oxfordshire-based brewer has broken with tradition to enter the lager market.

Hook Norton has brewed its first lager
Royal wedding beers have been launched by Wadworth and Brakspear

Royal wedding beer watch starts here…

Some ponder what Meghan Markle's dress will be like, for others a Royal wedding is the chance to ponder who the celebrity guests might be but here at Inapub Inn we are more interested in the commemorative beers...

Royal wedding beers have been launched by Wadworth and Brakspear
Red Lion lady gets another one in

Red Lion lady gets another one in

The pub-lover who visited every Red Lion in the country now has another one to tick off her list.

Red Lion lady gets another one in
CAMRA will not represent all pub-goers, beer, cider and perry drinkers

Camra vote leaves lager still out in the cold

A vote at the organisation's AGM and conference this weekend (April 21-22) to widen its remit to act for "all pub-goers and beer, cider and perry drinkers" gained just 72 per cent of the vote and not the 75 per cent needed.

CAMRA will not represent all pub-goers, beer, cider and perry drinkers
Plan to ban plastic straws following pubs lead

Plan to ban plastic straws following pubs lead

Plans have been put in place by the government to ban plastic straws and drink stirrers, which could become legislation within the next year.

Plan to ban plastic straws following pubs lead
Accolade launches 50cl bottles and Echo Falls Festi Falls

Wine needs to be democratised says Accolade Wines

Hardys, Echo Falls and Kumala brand owner Accolade Wines launched a new strategy and products to help boost the wine category.

Accolade launches 50cl bottles and Echo Falls Festi Falls

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