Beer

Profits drop: the UK arm of brewing behemoth Molson Coors has revealed a drop in profits of around 20% for the year ending December 2017

Molson Coors UK profits drop by £14.5m

By Stuart Stone

The UK arm of Molson Coors has seen its profits fall by nearly £15m despite an increase in turnover, its latest financial results have revealed.

New beginnings: Salt Beer Factory will open its doors to the public this week

Salt Beer Factory to open in Bradford

By Robert Mann

A “three years in the making” brewery is set to open tomorrow (Friday 2 November) aiming to showcase “the best craft in beers and gins,” in a modern pub environment.

Bases covered: Jason Warner says AB InBev is making sure production runs smoothly for the British departure from the European Union

AB InBev set to target the on-trade, says boss Jason Warner

By Nicholas Robinson

The man about to take the helm of AB InBev’s total European market may well be focused on achieving growth for his company’s portfolio of brands, but Jason Warner is a person who thinks well beyond the confines of his corporate world.

Leader of the pack: London Pride aligns with all the key cask messages that Fuller's is passionate about

In association with Fuller's

The beautiful thing about cask

By Nicholas Robinson

Let’s be honest, sales of cask ale are currently moving in the wrong direction. But, with the love of a good industry and the unwavering support of real ale drinkers, a positive turnaround could occur