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Branching out: Lotte Peplow claims US beer exports don’t post a threat to UK brewers

How big can US beer become in the UK?

US beer exports are growing in the UK, fuelled by consumer “curiosity and experimentation”, according to Lotte Peplow, european representative for The Brewers Association.

Here to stay: Mark Bentley insisted mainstream lager brands must remain stocked in pubs

Why does mainstream lager have a bad reputation?

The "lads and banter" marketing techniques employed by mainstream lager brands in the past has led to a negative image of brands such as Carling, Foster's and Carlsberg, according to Mark Bentley, on-trade category controller at Molson...

Off-trade beer: Richard Lee from Kantar Worldpanel talks supermarket sales

Supermarket beer: a real threat to pubs?

Craft beer sales in the off-trade have leapt significantly by 48% in the past year, with 4.6m households in the UK buying into the category, which is worth £136m to the off-trade.

Innovative taste: Big Drop's Sour is a 0.5% ABV version of a popular trend in craft beer

7 low-alcohol beers for 'mindful' drinkers

While many new craft brewers are seemingly chasing numbers and producing ever-stronger beers, there are a whole range of great lower-strength ales and lagers available for more mindful drinkers.


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