Drinks

Duty frozen: tax on wine and spirits will not rise

AUTUMN BUDGET 2017

Wine and spirit duty to be frozen in Autumn Budget

By Nikkie Sutton

Duty on wine and spirits will be frozen rather than increase in line with inflation as planned, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has announced in today (22 November)’s Autumn Budget.

Tax freeze: the news will bring some relief to the industry, which had been campaigning for a cut in duty

Autumn Budget 2017

Beer duty frozen by Chancellor in Autumn Budget

By James Beeson

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has announced a freeze in beer duty in his Autumn Budget, unveiled in Parliament today (22 November).

Innovative: Eebria's Peter Kennelly and David Jackson are on a mission to improve beer distribution

UK beer distribution model ‘fundamentally messed up’

By James Beeson

The warehouse model employed by most beer distributors is “broken” and should be “done a completely different way”, according to one of the UK’s leading online retailers and wholesale suppliers.

Top of the wines: 10 of the biggest sellers

The Drinks List: Top Brands To Stock 2018

The Drinks List: Top Wines

By Nicholas Robinson

In broad terms, the wine category is in decline but the category is too complex to be explained in a sweeping statement.

The top brands to stock in your pub

The Drinks List: Top Brands To Stock 2018

By Nicholas Robinson

With the on-trade drinks market moving at an ever-faster pace as operators try to keep pace with increasingly volatile drinkers, knowledge truly is power. Here, The Morning Advertiser brings you the facts behind the stats

Top show: biggest-selling cask ales

The Drinks List: Top Brands to Stock 2017

The Drinks List: Top Cask Ales

By Nicholas Robinson

Cask is in decline, but the importance of the category to the pub is widely recognised, with many in the sector keen to point out it can’t be replicated anywhere else.