There's a popular perception that young adults down alcohol more frequently than any other demographic.
Six barbecues, nine days sunbathing, three packets of hayfever tablets and two jugs of Pimm’s - those are the ingredients of the typical British summer, according to new research.
Legendary record label Island Records are launching an exciting new music inspired beer to the UK craft beer market.
It seems that Britain’s lager segment is struggling to retain its fizz, as it faces particularly strong competition from the rising popularity of ales and bitters, whose success has been fuelled by the craft beer boom. Indeed, new research from market intelligence agency Mintel reveals that 49% of Brits drank lager in 2015, down from 54% in 2014.
Whilst the ‘gin revival’ has been in full swing for a number of years, younger consumers are now really ‘be-gin-ning’ to drive this spirit to new heights.
While alcoholic drinks remain a core part of many adults’ food and drink repertoires, new research from Mintel reveals almost one in five (17%) British drinkers expect to reduce their consumption over the next year, with saving money being the number one reason for cutting back.
Parents unaware of the risk of copycat kids mimicking their alcohol habits on holiday, warns Drinkaware.
With rising health awareness and concern about binge drinking driving sales of low and non-ABV beers among consumers, it seems counter-intuitive that innovation in strongly alcoholic beers should be rising.
Despite the shrinkage in size of the pub industry over the past decade, the great British pub remains a quintessential part of the national identity.
Britons are a nation of beer lovers with almost half (48%) stating they love drinking beer with over two fifths (45%) preferring to drink beer to wine.
Tryanuary is a new initiative encouraging the nation to try new beers and support independent pubs, breweries and shops during the month of January.
From the same team behind the incredibly successful London Cocktail Week, now in its sixth year, and London Wine Week, which had a fantastic launch in 2014, London Beer Week is set to hit the capital from February 16 – 22.
Hotel Cafe Royal launches new Atelier Collection of cocktails in collaboration with Parfums Givenchy
On 1 February 2015, Hotel Cafe Royal will launch an exclusive Atelier Collection of Cocktails in collaboration with Parfums Givenchy, celebrating L’Atelier de Givenchy fine fragrances.
The post-recession years have been challenging for the UK beer market, with sales dropping by over 500 million litres between 2009 and 2013 alone.
Homemade cocktails have topped a poll by Waitrose Cellar in a bid to find the UK’s favourite Christmas drink.
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