Midas Share Tips: this Drinks Group Is Tasting Success 

Go into any Scottish pub and chances are that a good proportion of drinkers will be nursing a pint of Tennent's. It is a national best-seller, with a near 50 per cent share of Scotland's lager market.


Heineken Boss Raises An Alcohol-free Glass To Final Full-year Results

Beer sales volume rose by ?7.6million to ?241.4million, with the volume of zero- and low-alcohol products such as Heineken 0.0 increasing by a million hectolitres to 14.1 million.


Tim Martin: My Peace Offer For Brexit Day, German Beer For £1.49

Tim Martin is immensely looking forward to a tipple on Friday, when he will toast Britain's exit from the EU with a pub crawl of 'five or six' of his chain's Central London pubs.


Whisky Can Be A Very Tempting Investment

Over the past decade rare whiskies have climbed in price by 500 per cent, according to the Rare Whisky Icon 100 Index - a measure of the value of the 100 most sought-after bottles.

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How To Invest In Whisky And Why It Could Be A Good Long-term Bet

When stock markets plunge, investors flock to 'safe havens' to protect their wealth. Gold, is up 21 per cent in the past year and hitting six-year highs, while the FTSE-100 is ahead just 1 per cent.


We Have Not Reached ‘peak Gin’ Yet Claims Brockmans Boss

The UK is in the midst of a 'ginaissance'. In fact, more gin was sold in the summer last year than the summers of 2014 and 2015 combined, according to tonic maker Fever-Tree.

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We’re Taking On Coke With Alcohol-free Beer On Tap, Says Heineken Boss

It has become one of the great imponderables for established consumer businesses: how do you tap into the mindsets of millennials who live such different lives to their parents?


Share Punt Of The Week: Pub Chain Fuller’s

It now runs an estate stretching from Brighton to Birmingham. The group still has its own brewery and produces brands such as London Pride and Frontier.


How Brewdog turned a smalltime Scottish start-up into an international success

Four years ago, James Watt spent two exhausting months on a North Sea trawler, catching herring to make ends meet.


Champagne vintners eye Sussex fields for future wine production

Champagne could see a huge geographical shift in production after producers were rumoured to be looking at land a little closer to home.

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