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Target gym fans with new Arla Protein milk

Arla plans to “up the country’s protein intake”

With 45 per cent of Brits believing it's important to increase protein intake when exercising, (Mintel), Arla Foods has launched a milk with added protein.

Target gym fans with new Arla Protein milk
A fifth of drinkers are planning to drink less this Christmas

Fifth of people are planning to drink less this Christmas

New research reveals 21 per cent of adults are intending to cut down on the booze this December and almost half (45 per cent) are planning to buy more soft drinks over the festive period, when compared to the rest of the year.

A fifth of drinkers are planning to drink less this Christmas
BrewDog to grow its pack after another successful year

BrewDog to grow its pack after another successful year

BrewDog is celebrating the growth of its flagship beer by launching a recruitment drive across the UK.

BrewDog to grow its pack after another successful year
Crown Cellars has extended its Quirky Wines range

Quirky Wines are all the rage

Taking their cues from craft beer Crown Cellars' Quirky Wines range has been extended, after a "hugely successful" debut.

Crown Cellars has extended its Quirky Wines range
CAMRA names Pub of the Year finalists

CAMRA names Pub of the Year finalists

CAMRA has revealed the four finalists in its prestigious National Pub of the Year competition.

CAMRA names Pub of the Year finalists
Sharp decline in sale of pints

Sharp decline in sale of pints

Beer sales in the on-trade fell by 35 million pints in the most recently recorded period, according to the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA).

Sharp decline in sale of pints
Hartridges have launched a new tonic water range

Hartridges launches two new tonic waters

Based on a 130 year-old family recipe, soft drinks maker Hartridges has developed new tonic waters.

Hartridges have launched a new tonic water range
Coca-Cola European Partners is bringing back its Designated Driver scheme this Christmas

Coca-Cola Designated Driver scheme returns for its 10th year

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is bringing back its reward scheme for designated drivers for the 10th year this Christmas.

Coca-Cola European Partners is bringing back its Designated Driver scheme this Christmas
Butcombe shows bottle for ambitious growth

Butcombe shows bottle for ambitious growth

West Country brewer Butcombe has revealed details of its multi-million-pound growth project.

Butcombe shows bottle for ambitious growth
Strongbow launches Halloween promotion

Strongbow plans CarnEvil promotion for Halloween

Pub goers buying a pint of Strongbow this Halloween will get the chance to win a five night stay in New Orleans and attend Mardi Gras.

Strongbow launches Halloween promotion
Cider sells in winter as well as in the summer

The long read: how to sell cider this winter

Apples, and pears for that matter, are traditionally an autumn fruit. They are natural bedfellows of wintry flavours like cinnamon, clove and nutmeg, so why does the pub trade continue to view cider as solely a summer tipple?

Cider sells in winter as well as in the summer

Boddingtons and Melanie Sykes are back

As promised Melanie Sykes has returned as the face of Boddingtons.

Krombacher Low Alcohol Pils is a best seller in its native Germany

Krombacher low alcohol launched

The latest entrant to the UK low and no alcohol beer scene is this lager from German brewery, Krombacher, containing less than 0.5 per cent ABV.

Krombacher Low Alcohol Pils is a best seller in its native Germany
Who is most likely to Go Sober for October?

Who is most likely to Go Sober for October?

Thousands of people are going Sober for October – but it is not just those doing it for charity who aren't buying booze at the bar.

Who is most likely to Go Sober for October?
Botonique can be aged like a fine wine

Vintage non-alcoholic wine launched

As the popularity of alcohol-free grows this new entrant to the market claims to be a zero alcohol drink that can be aged just like a fine wine.

Botonique can be aged like a fine wine
Is it time to ditch cask beer?

Is it time to ditch cask beer?

We've all been there. A pint of cask-conditioned beer, much anticipated, but flat in the glass, brimming with off-flavours and possessed with as much character as the Invisible Man. 

Is it time to ditch cask beer?
Schweppes 1783 launched

Schweppes gets all "distinguished"

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is taking on the posh tonic market with a relaunch of its Schweppes brand, a new premium range and a £6.6m marketing push between now and the end of the year.

Schweppes 1783 launched
Could you charge more for your cask?

Could you charge more for your cask?

Cask drinkers spend more than most customers and help pubs grow their trade.

Could you charge more for your cask?
It's official: pubs make us happy

It's official: pubs make us happy

It may come as no surprise to readers of these pages, but we can now officially reveal that millions of Brits are at their happiest when they are in the pub.

It's official: pubs make us happy
Bitter price rise for pubs to swallow

Bitter price rise for pubs to swallow

The average price of a pint of bitter has risen above the £3 mark for the first time.

Bitter price rise for pubs to swallow

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