All Drink articles – Page 12

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    Signature crowdfunds to grow brewing capacity


    Signature Brew, the London-based music-themed brewery has raised money though crowdfunding to expand its brewing capacity to meet demands to national distribution and exporting

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    On-trade premium wine sales surge


    The British are drinking higher quality wine but less of it, according to a survey that has shown a rise in sales of higher quality wines in licensed establishments

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    Sales up 11% at Arran; distillery abandoned


    Arran Brewery, the Scottish brewer and pub operator has reported like for like sales up 11% for 2013-14 as it prepares to open its Loch Earn brewery, hotel and visitor centre at St Fillians later this year and abandons its distillery in Falkirk

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    NT Beer Club launches crowdfunding campaign


    The brewery behind the National Trust Beer Club, Delavals Ltd, is seeking to rise £400k through crowdfunding site to establish the UK’s biggest craft beer network

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    BrewDog begins exclusive import of Stone Brewing beers


    Brewdog, the Scottish brewer and pub operator, has signed an exclusive deal with Stone Brewing Co to import its craft beers

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    Carlsberg extends Tapster's range


    Carlsberg is partnering with an additional eight breweries to extend its beer portfolio across its 2015 Tapster’s Cask Ale range that will be available for on-trade customer orders this month

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    Growth returns for AG Barr in Q4


    AG Barr, the soft drinks producer, has reported an improved performance in its final quarter to 25 January reporting growth of over 5%. 

  • Analysis & Insight

    Drinkers reluctant to try new drinks


    Almost eight out of 10 drinkers rarely or never try new alcoholic drinks according to research by Canadean which shows that 77% of out-of-home drinkers eschewing new products and 32% opting for brands they know and trust

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    Castle Rock launches licensee training course


    Castle Rock, the Nottingham-based brewer and pub operator, is launching a licensee training course in Nottingham to train personal licensees in hospitality and alcohol retailing

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    Personalised cocktails top Diageo’s drink predictions


    Premiumisation and personalisation are filtering down to the on-trade drinks trends this year as Diageo hotly tips these to appeal to drinkers in 2015

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    Frizzenti director retorts to Prosecco legal battle


    Daniel Spinath, director of sparkling wine supplier Frizzenti, has hit back at claims that selling Prosecco on tap will be “illegal” if Italian producers of the wine win the legal right to fine bars and pubs that sell the drink by the keg instead of bottles

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    Brewers reveal wholesale price rises


    Three major brewers have revealed their wholesale beer price rises for 2015, with licensees facing hikes of up to 5p per pint in some instances

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    Star increases drinks discount


    Star Pubs & Bars will increase the discount it gives to its lessees on Heineken’s cider and beer brands for the next three years from 16 March

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    Drinks Trends 2015: Beer cocktails, craft sodas and automated coffee


    Bars specialising in beer cocktails and the rise of ‘craft sodas’ are among the drinks trends for 2015 being predicted by Mike Palmer, founder of consultancy.

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    JDW and Heineken resume relationship


    JD Wetherspoon and Heineken have resumed their supply agreement, just under a month after the latter announced it had ended their 35-year relationship

  • Analysis & Insight

    Millennials to bring in the New Year with alcohol-free beer


    Alcohol-free beer is the New Year tipple of choice for a significant number of 18-34 year-olds and is increasingly chosen in order to “create a good impression”

  • Analysis & Insight

    Online craft beer sales treble


    Consumers placed twice as many online orders for craft beer during November 2014 compared to last year, with sales values up by 300%

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    Heineken seeks resolution to JDW situation


    Heineken has said that it is seeking a “resolution as soon as possible” after JD Wetherspoon (JDW) announced that it was ending its 35-year relationship with the drinks firm

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    The real prescription for a healthy pub


    Breaking the beer tie means less investment, more pub closures and a vicious cycle of decline, not a virtuous circle of growth, argues David Forde, UK managing director of Heineken

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    Britvic seeks successor to Ivell


    Britvic has begun a search for heavyweight figures to refresh its boardroom, including finding a successor to senior independent director Bob Ivell