The new look will be rolled out across all cans and bottles from this week
Central England Co-operative has launched a new tie-up with the There’s A Beer For That campaign
AB InBev to sell all of SABMiller’s Central and Eastern European businesses
Brewer C&C Group has continued to ramp up its international expansion with the announcement of a partnership with Mahou India to distribute Tennent’s in the country.
Its first partners include Barcelona beer Moritz and Karlsbrau UrPils lager from Germany
The total amount of beer, wine and spirits shipped to the States was valued at £361m
Rekorderlig rolls out canned Cider Cocktail trio Subscription
The range comprises three variants: Passionfruit Gimlet, Wild Berries Bramble and Swedish Punch
Vimto owner Nichols sales propped up by acquisitions Subscription
Vimto maker Nichols is set to relaunch its no-added sugar brands ahead of the summer.
SABMiller investor sells half its shares for £1bn Subscription
One of the largest shareholders in SABMiller has sold half its stake in the brewing giant for just more than £1bn.
Nuva aims to shake up drinks sector with £1m funding Subscription
Flavoured bottled water brand Nuva has raised £1m in development funding to capitalise on consumer demand to reduce sugar consumption.
Camden Town Brewery to open new facility in Enfield Subscription
The £20m investment comes months after the craft brewer’s acquisition by AB InBev
Bestway lines up summer promotion for wine brands Subscription
Bestway is launching a wine festival promotion in time for the category’s summer sales spike
BrewDog misses £25m crowdfunding target Subscription
BrewDog has raised £19m from its latest crowdfunding round but fell £6m short of its £25m target.
New data also suggests no correlation, positive or negative, between consumption of diet cola and obesity
Asda teams up with JW Filshill's Craft Beer Clan Subscription
JW Filshill has struck a deal with Asda to supply 61 stores with craft beer from Scottish microbreweries
Pernod Ricard has increased organic sales 1% in the third quarter to €1.86bn but growth went backwards as a result of the earlier Chinese New Year.
The ‘quintessentially British’ variants join Cloudy Apple, Rhubarb, Ginger Beer and Elderflower Lemonade
Accolade Wines profit rises despite turnover fall Subscription
The supplier this week reported pre-tax profits of £28.1m in the year to 30 June 2015, up from £18.8m in 2014
A blend of wines made from viura and tempranillo blanco grapes is arriving in the multiples this month
Warner Edwards wins £150k to ‘turbo-charge’ growth Subscription
Craft gin producer secures £150k to invest in capacity after winning a national competition for small and medium-sized businesses.
The film traces the journey of the premium-crafted lager from its creation to people’s first sip
Exclusive talks between AB InBev and Asahi since February result in £2bn deal for premium lager brands Peroni and Grolsch, as well as London brewery Meantime.
Coke Zero to be replaced with Coca-Cola Zero Sugar Subscription
The new line, ‘closer in flavour to red Coke’, will be backed by a multimillion investment
Stock Spirits CEO steps down Subscription
Stock Spirits CEO Chris Heath has bowed to shareholder pressure and announced he is stepping down
Idris Elba helps make dreams come true with Purdey's Subscription
In this follow-up ad, the actor asks a succession of trembling mortals what they want to be when they grow up
Let’s raise two glasses – one of gin and one of scotch – to a prosperous future for the UK’s distillers
Soft Drinks Category Report 2016 Subscription
Britain is the fat man of Europe. Soft drinks are being blamed but new data shows a different story…
Foster's new hero goes on the hunt for a new career Subscription
Foster’s has a new hero: a ginger fella who works at a dry-cleaners
So what has turned Britain into a nation of wine lovers? What’s driven overall wine prices up 0.5%?
Wine Category Report 2016 Subscription
Britain has become a nation of fizz fanciers, having knocked back 40 million litres of Prosecco last year
Anyone for a refreshing glass of algae?
Soft drinks left carrying the can with sugar levy Subscription
With 54% of soft drink SKUs set to be subject to the sugar levy how will suppliers respond?
Bottled Water Category Report 2016 Subscription
Sales are booming as consumers turn from sugary soft drinks. But will possibilities for clever marketing and NPD run dry?
The sugar tax: cleverly crafted all round Subscription
It is unthinkable that the soft drinks industry will not continue its journey of innovation and reformulation
Watt was set up for a fall, and he took it
Can craft brewing survive the influx of big brewers? Subscription
At last week’s Craft Beer Rising festival, one didn’t have to look hard to find gutsy independents willing to let rip at the ‘big guys’