Alcohol free drinks in the UK

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Lowdown: Top low and no alcohol drinks on the market

By Ed Bedington

The low and no category is one that has seen increased interest from consumers and rapid expansion from manufacturers in recent months, and with the ongoing political scene, it’s likely to see a further boost.

Idyllic spot: We take a look at the Anchor at Walberswick

My Pub: The Anchor at Walberswick

By Phil Mellows

The Anchor at Walberswick sits in an idyllic spot overlooking Suffolk’s coastal marshlands; its expansive gardens rolling down to the beach. Yet it wasn’t until Mark and Sophie Dorber took charge of the Adnams Brewery-owned outlet a dozen years ago that...

Adnams: GPG has sold its stake

Guinness Peat sells Adnams stake

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

Guinness Peat Group, which has stakes in a number of the UK's leading brewers and pub groups, has sold its stake in Adnams for around £2.2m.

Adnams: weather hit pubs and hotels

Strong second half for Adnams

By Ewan Turney

Suffolk based brewer and operator Adnams has reported a strong second half as it clawed back operating profit to finish the year broadly flat on last...

Wood: carbon neutral East Green

Adnams joins Government green mission to US

By Lesley Foottit

Green brewer Adnams is one of six British businesses joining the climate change minister on a "green trade mission" to the US. Minister Greg Barker...

Adnams: holding prices to help licensees

Adnams freezes beer prices for a third year

By Ewan Turney

Suffolk brewer and pub operator Adnams has frozen its own beer prices to its 70 tenants and freetrade customers for a third year. Adnams will hold...

Adnams distillery: range of five spirits (Anthony Cullen)

Adnams opens new distillery

By Ewan Turney

Suffolk brewer Adnams has officially opened its new distillery at its Sole Bay Brewery in Southwold — believed to be the first brewery and...

Protz: micro brewers are healthy for everyone

The passion for invention

By Roger Protz

The rise of the micros has inspired creativity across the industry, says Beer expert Roger Protz.