A new look for the entire Carling range has been unveiled, as brewer Molson Coors looks to "energise the brand and the mainstream lager category."
Asahi will roll out its gluten-free Peroni Nastro Azzurro to the UK this April.
Carlsberg has given its 3.8 per cent ABV flagship beer a new look, as part of its £15m move to make the brand connect with Millennial drinkers.
Guinness-owner Diageo is to invest £18.6 million in the Irish whiskey category, launching a new brand and unveiling plans to build a distillery at the St James' Gate brewery in Dublin, where the Black Stuff is produced.
A new hop has arrived in the UK – Denali, hailing from the US.
Perhaps, deep down, you still believe the motivation for going to the pub will always be for something alcoholic - but there is good reason why soft drinks shouldn't be ignored.
Just in time for Burns night (January 25) the chaps at Diageo bar Academy showed the audience at our most recent Next Generation event the secret to creating great whisky cocktails.
Soft drinks and craft beer are driving growth in Scottish pubs.
From Bali to Britain: Indonesia's favourite beer has arrived in the UK for the first time.
Beer sales over the festive period dipped compared to last year, according to Vianet.
We see no problem cashing in on other people's misery, so even if today is the most depressing day of the year, aka "Blue Monday", get your tills ringing with these blue-themed drinks and dishes.
Dry January or not, figures reveal that Brits spend nearly £90,000 on alcohol in a lifetime – but which country spends the most?
Thatchers is renaming its traditional craft cider range in honour of second generation cidermaker Stan Thatcher, grandfather to current cidermaker Martin Thatcher.
Add some theatre to your bar with this delicious apple & gin cocktail, shaken not stirred.
There's a Beer For That, the cross industry initiative to promote beer, is looking for more pubs to join its campaign to "change drinker's behaviour."
A new distillery is set to give the Welsh drinks scene a boost.
It's not just Dry January these days, all year round more and more people are choosing not to drink alcohol on a regular basis, so it's vital you get your soft drinks range right.
How did your punters toast the New Year – Champagne? Prosecco? Beer? We're not joking.
Did you over-order for the festive period or are your customers embracing Dry January, leaving you with a glut of beer?
With Christmas falling on a Sunday this year, savvy licensees can expect to sell even more drinks than in a usual December.