Hard seltzer brand White Claw has launched its Mango variety in the UK through supermarket chain Tesco.

Badger Beer, one of the oldest UK ale producers, has rebranded its core range reducing it from 12 down to six in response to the craft beer movement.

Tesco has renewed its role as gold level corporate patron of the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET).

UK supermarket Tesco, has launched two variations of Britain’s first bread beer, Toast in its stores.

UK supermarket chains have embraced the craft beer market by increasing the range of individual breweries and lowering the varieties of big brands.

Graham Norton’s wine brand GN Sauvignon Blanc has been made available in Tesco supermarkets in the UK and Kroger stores in the US.

Swedish cider producer Kopparberg has announced the launch of Raspberry Light in the UK.

Berry Bros & Rudd has announced the appointment of Dan Jago, Tesco’s group wine director at Tesco, as its new chief executive.

Tesco has confirmed that it has been notified by the Serious Fraud Office that it has commenced an investigation into accounting practices at the company.

Champagne

09 July, 2012

Tesco has moved one of its champagnes to lightweight bottles, but should other brands follow suit? James Boulton of Claessens International explores whether champagne producers can embrace sustainability without damaging their products’ premium status

The International Wine Challenge announced its winners last night at the Hilton hotel in London

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Nick Strangeway

Bar food's blurred lines

Once upon a time pubs and bars were somewhere you went with the sole purpose of getting pissed and there wasn’t a knife and fork in sight, just a packet of dry roasted nuts.

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