Beer

In the pink: Transcending gender bias is crucial for the beer sector

Why the future is looking rosé

By Pete Brown

Beer writer Pete Brown has done the research at a recent trade show and it seems pink is the way to go

Stepped down: Watt will replace Chris Jowsey (pictured) as Heineken UK on-trade director

Heineken names new UK on-trade boss

By Nicholas Robinson

Chris Jowsey, who is leaving Heineken as on-trade director to join Admiral Taverns, is to be replaced by Stephen Watt.

Eastern promises: what does the fast growth of Asian beer brands mean for the UK?

Are Asian beer brands about to pour into the UK?

By Stuart Stone

Of the 25 most valuable beer brands, the five fastest movers in the past year were all from Asia. But does this mean a greater UK presence for the likes of Kirin, Tsingtao and Harbin?

Looking back: Hop Stuff Brewery announced it was expanding its Taproom business in 2017

Hop Stuff Brewery sold to Molson Coors

By Nikkie Thatcher

Beer giant Molson Coors has bought south-east based Hop Stuff Brewery and its Taprooms as part of a pre-packaged administration process for an undisclosed fee.

Campaigner: Jodie Kidd recognised by APPBG for her services to beer

Jodie Kidd named ‘Beer Drinker of the Year’

By Nicholas Robinson

Celebrity pub owner Jodie Kidd has been named 2019 Beer Drinker of the Year by the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group (APPBG) at a ceremony earlier this week.

Ale have some of that: Joseph Holt Brewery is launching the UK's first ever airport microbrewery

Joseph Holt land £1bn airport microbrewery deal

By Robert Mann

Passengers waiting for their flight at Manchester’s new £1bn ‘super terminal’ will soon be able to enjoy a pint produced on site, following the opening of UK's first airport microbrewery.

Hop rocket science: London Fields head brewer Talfryn Provis-Evans will lead the line for the company’s special beers

£2.1m investment to relaunch London Fields Brewery

By Gary Lloyd

Hackney-based London Fields Brewery’s iconic home is geared up for reopening next month (9 August) and leading from the front will be a new Kaspar Schulz brewkit that will allow the business to make experimental beers.