Trailer With Beer Worth £150,000 Stolen

The supplies from Aberdeenshire-based BrewDog were to meet current increased online demand.


Distilleries Switch Production To Hand Sanitiser

Gin producers diversify into hand sanitisers to help ease a shortage during the coronavirus outbreak.


‘catastrophic Uncertainty’ For Pubs And Bars

Businesses call for government support after people are urged to stay away due to coronavirus fears.


Woman Born In A Pub Returns To Taste First Pint

A teenager has travelled 4,678 miles (7,527km) to have her first legal drink in the British pub where she was unexpectedly born 18 years ago.


‘i Started Drinking When I Was Eight’

A radical treatment scheme is allowing alcoholics to drink while trying to stabilise their lives.


Carlsberg To Be Prosecuted Over Fatal Ammonia Leak

The brewer faces health and safety charges after David Chandler died in 2016.


‘hidden Sugar’ In Pre-mixed Alcohol Drinks

Some cans of spirits and cocktails sold in shops and supermarkets contain eight teaspoons of sugar.


US wine sellers compare Trump’s proposed tariffs to Prohibition

US plans to slap a 100% tax on European wines will hit business as hard as Prohibition, merchants say.


Why Canada’s Cannabis Bubble Burst

Justin Trudeau legalised cannabis in Canada. So why are people still breaking the law?


Whisky Firm Tries To Stop Hotel Using Village Name

The owners of Tomatin Distillery are opposed to the community's name being used for a hotel development.

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