Hillebrand Responds To Covid-19 With Daily Transport Update

In response to the unfolding coronavirus situation, Hillebrand is giving daily online updates of global logistics, including restrictions, at 17:00 CET.


Amuse-bouches: The Latest Restaurant News Bites

With restaurants and bars closed to diners, we've rounded up some ways in which businesses are continuing to operate in the most challenging of circumstances.


Bacardi Ramps Up Hand Sanitiser Production

Spirits maker Bacardi has ramped up its hand sanitiser production in the fight against coronavirus.


Pernod Ricard Buys Remaining Stake In Monkey 47 Gin

After recent investments in aperitivo brand Italicus and Japanese gin brand Ki No Bi, French drinks group Pernod Ricard has bought the remaining stake it did not own in German gin brand Monkey 47.


Ryan Reynolds Donates Gin Proceeds To Bartenders

Actor Ryan Reynolds gave us another reason to love him last night after announcing that he?s going to donate proceeds from sales of his Aviation Gin to the American bartending community.


Bars And Entertainment Venues In Singapore To Shut For A Month

The Ministry of Health of Singapore has announced that entertainment venues, including nightclubs, cinemas, theatres, and karaoke outlets will be closed from 26 March 26 11:59pm till April 30.


Cloudwater Owner: Uk Government’s Loan Package Not Enough To Save Small Brewers

Paul Jones, the owner of leading UK brewery Cloudwater, said the government should have asked pubs and bars to close "weeks ago" to save lives as coronavirus spreads and NHS services are stretched.


Majestic Website Crashes Due To Increased Demand

UK wine retailer Majestic saw its website crash on Saturday afternoon on the back of "unprecedented demand", as it introduced trading restrictions in some of its bricks and mortar stores.

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Chile Masterclass Report: On The Cutting Edge

With all types of terroirs, Chile offers up some fascinating wines. A recent seminar, staged by db, showed just how exciting a country it is. Patrick Schmitt MW reports


Carlsberg Ceo’s Salary Falls

Cees t'Hart, the chief executive of Danish brewing giant Carlsberg, took home a smaller salary last year after his share-based payments were cut back.

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