Stella Artois

Inventive Leisure overhauls drinks range for Revolution

Evolution for Revolution's drinks range

By Robyn Black

Inventive Leisure has ditched all of its existing draught lagers and ciders in favour of a raft of new brands, as it attempts to move away from vodka cocktails.

Hot to Stock 2013

Hot to Stock 2013

By Jessica Mason & Robyn Black

The Publican’s Morning Advertiser lifts the lid on business-boosting information for licensees with the publication of its unique guide to the fastest-growing products of 2013 and the list of the top 50 brands making serious waves in the on-trade.To download...

15 million pints of Tuborg are sold in the UK every year

Carlsberg to cut Tuborg to 4% ABV

By Noli Dinkovski

Carlsberg UK is to reduce the ABV of Tuborg to 4% in an attempt to make the Danish lager more “accessible” to drinkers.


The Big Interview: Inge Plochaet, AB InBev

By Jessica Mason

Inge Plochaet, president of AB InBev UK & Ireland, tells Jessica Harvey about dealing with big brands, ongoing marketing plans and why she is a perfectionist when it comes to glassware.


Salvation through beer innovation

By Pete Brown

Claiming a new idea is revolutionary when it’s not ultimately stifles true innovation — which is something that beer badly needs, argues Pete Brown.

Disgruntled: Robin Wheeler of the Railway Tavern, Carshalton, Surrey

Fuller's tenant forced to order in £13k of beer upfront

By Helen Gilbert

A Surrey-based pub tenant has blasted his pub operator for the way he was treated after he was forced to order in £13,000 of beer in one go because no one could confirm Christmas delivery times with him.

AB InBev UK sales hit by freetrade closure

AB InBev UK sales hit by freetrade closure

Stella Artois and Budweiser brewer AB InBev UK saw its turnover reduce by £196.7m in 2011 following the closure of its independent freetrade business and the stopping of distribution of third-party products.