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Robyn Black

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

Robyn Black is Inapub's drinks expert and editor. Follow her on Twitter @MrsRobynBlack

17.4.2018 Drink

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

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16.4.2018 Play

From Sunday league to Premier League: Ian Cater, number one for The Carpenters Arms, St Albans and Siri Durani, stopper for The Swan, Wimbledon, London, were invited to the training session of a lifetime with Arsenal goalies Petr Cech and David Ospina, as part of the BT Sport Pub Cup.

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13.4.2018 Drink

Liqueur brand Tia Maria is supporting the activity in pubs to highlight the profit opportunity of coffee cocktails for licensees.

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12.4.2018 Drink

The brewer unveiled the products at the launch of its Green Paper - Old Mout Berries & Cherries Alcohol Free and the new look Maltsmiths American style IPA and Pilsner style Lager.

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12.4.2018 Drink

The small-batch gin is made with fresh basil and 18 other Mediterranean botanicals and has been launched in the UK first before a global roll-out later this year.

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11.4.2018 Drink

Heineken revealed The Green Paper, which details the results of its "most extensive" piece of category research to date and its new strategy to grow the on-trade by £1bn.

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10.4.2018 Drink

Tonic brand Fever-Tree is joining the fight against malaria this month, by donating cash to the cause for every social media post which mentions the brand or the charity Malaria No More in April.

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5.4.2018 Drink

The new design makes the most of the Sunbeam Motorcycle Factory, which was the original inspiration for the name of the ale.

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4.4.2018 Drink

Two more beers have been added to the Guinness portfolio – Guinness Open Gate Pilsner and Guinness Open Gate Citra IPA.

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29.3.2018 Eat

 

 In place of smoked salmon finger sandwiches and scones the tea contains Spaghetti Hoops, turkey dinosaurs and crisp sandwiches all washed down with Newcastle Brown Ale...

 

 

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