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There's no doubt things have improved when it comes to cocktails and mixed drinks in pubs.
Somerset-based Butcombe Brewery has announced ambitious growth plans in a bid to become, "one of the nation's most popular brewers."
Kopparberg is looking for a slice of the Prosecco market with the launch of two new sparkling ciders.
Forget National Lost Sock Day (May 9) or even National Bed Month (March) drinks giant Diageo has launched International Scotch Day.
Carling is enabling licensees to pour perfect pints in a matter of seconds with this innovative dispense system.
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."
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.