Asda’s Scottish stores are to stock 16 craft beers from a trio of local breweries in deals worth £325,000 in total.
Beer industry campaign There’s A Beer For That (TABFT) has launched a series of five digital outdoor ads.
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Black Sheep Brewery is set to make an ambitious move into the modern craft arena
Sales of beer through grocers and off-licenses fell 6.2% to 3.7 million barrels
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Capacity constraints had sometimes made this unavoidable, the craft brewer said
The popular 750ml glass bottle line including brands Irn Bru, Cream Soda and Cola will all still be available
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The brewer’s beer volumes sold in Eastern Europe fell by 18%, which resulted in a 5% fall worldwide
Demise comes as Tesco wine range falls victim to range rationalisation
The brand created a mini beach with deckchairs, palm trees and a Corona bar
The brand is also introducing a 79p price-marked can for the first time, after previously offering a £1 PMP
City law firm RPC has said 1,485 trade marks for beer products were registered in 2014, compared to 1,331 in 2013
Angry consumers have taken to social media to declare the digital push “sexist”, “vulgar” and “childish”
Brand is rolling slimline 99p price-marked cans into Booker and Bestway this month
Bernard Hickin joined the business (then G Gramp & Sons) in 1976, the same year the brand was officially launched
Ribena has expanded its RTD No Added Sugar (NAS) juice drinks with two new variants
The brand’s first ad campaign ”aims to debunk the pompous blandness of the category”
Kronenbourg has revealed the truth behind Eric Cantona’s pledge to ‘swim the Channel’
Each of the two Célébration Sensorielle gift boxes contains a 70cl teardrop-shaped bottle of Courvoisier
The deal will see the League Managers Association support a number of consumer promotional programmes
An expected shortage of fresh oranges from Spain is set to squeeze juice supplies
Brits are eager to cut down on the booze, new research from Mintel shows
Last week’s €28bn mega-merger could help drive greater brand development away from Coca-Cola’s core carbonated products
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