The Carlsberg Group has reported strong performance in Asia, but a challenging year for its Western and Eastern Europe businesses.
Japan’s Asahi Group Holdings Ltd has offered to buy SABMiller’s Peroni, Grolsch and Meantime brands, in a bid worth $2.9bn.
The UK’s advertising watchdog has banned an advert from supermarket Iceland for the ‘Fat bastard’ wine brand, saying it was ‘irresponsibly targeted’ because it could have been seen by children. ...
Over 90% of all alcohol consumed in India is in the spirits category, according to a survey by the All India Brewers Association which also found beer languishing at 7%...
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Counterfeit champagne has been seized in Italy in what authorities have called ‘one of the most significant’ findings of its type.
It was a good year for distilled spirits, as supplier sales were up 4.1% and volume was up 2.3%, according to the Distilled Spirits Council.
Drinks industry trade bodies have called on chancellor George Osborne to cut beer duty for a fourth consecutive year in next month’s Budget.
A range of flavours for cocktail-inspired soft drinks has been unveiled by Sensient Flavors Beverage Europe.
Australian wine exports to Asia are showing strong growth. To make the most of the opportunity, Australian wine brands need to be on the ground in exports markets and understand...
Wine, tea and other flavonoid-rich beverages and foods may help reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction, according to a recent study.
China’s high-volume, low-profit beer market is set to be transformed, with increased “premiumisation” providing opportunities for imported and licensed foreign beer brands, says Rabobank.
Big beverage companies are buying up craft breweries in big numbers, but does going from craft to corporation lose the cachet for these brewers?
French wine and spirits giant Pernod Ricard has acquired a majority share in Black Forest dry-gin brand Monkey 47.
The trend for Australians to move away from mass-produced beer continues as annual sales by Coopers, the country’s biggest privately owned brewer, reach another record while sales by major players...
Evaporative cooling systems are being used in South Australian vineyards as part of a project to protect grapes during heat waves ahead of harvest.
Singapore’s Fraser and Neave has confirmed that it hopes to buy into the European beer market through the purchase of Peroni and Grolsch from Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Three Samuel Adams nitro beers have been launched, with the brand promising more are to follow in the future.
California-based Sonoma Cider is adding a new cider with elements of sarsaparilla and vanilla to its year-round mix.
Spirits, cider, beer and wine industries can all learn from each other, say the organizers behind the inaugural US Beverage Industry Expo, or USBevX.
SABMiller has seen strong growth in its Africa and Latin America markets, it reported in its Q3 2015 trading update.
The world of craft beer has become increasingly expansive and complex, in both flavor and variety. A North Carolina-based startup wants to make the world simpler for the average consumer.
Millennials value authenticity and experience, leading them towards craft beer, cocktails and fine wine, according to Fona International.
Döhler has launched a test kit to analyse contaminants found in the beer brewing process and the hygiene of production and dispensing units.
Anellotech, a sustainable technology company has entered into the next phase of partnership with Suntory Holdings and will start construction on a testing facility (TCat-8), at the end of January.