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7 December, 2016

Morgenrot adds to its Spanish craft beer portfolio

Morgenrot has boosted its craft beer portfolio with brews from a Barcelona-based brewery.

Delibo Wine Agencies has expanded its portfolio with the addition of the Footprint range from South Africa’s Western Cape.   

A study by Nielsen shows that British shoppers are among most likely in the world to carry a loyalty card but some of the least likely to use them.

Black Sheep Brewery has resurrected its festive ale, Blitzen, in time for Christmas.

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Cornwall’s Sharp’s Brewery and Camel Valley vineyard have teamed up to produce a lager in a limited edition of 1,000 bottles.

Molson Coors has named Phil Whitehead as the managing director of its UK & Ireland business.

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has announced its intentions to secure a bigger share of the UK’s fruit wine market next year, starting with the renaming of its Blossom Hill Fruit Bloom range to Blossom Hill Spritz. 

A drink described as a ‘lifestyle Prosecco’ brand and boasting the unusual name of ‘Gigglewater’, is on a mission to invigorate the UK’s thriving sparkling wine sector.

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) is calling for Brexit Ministers to let industry lead negotiations to ensure the best possible free trade agreements with the EU.

Carlsberg is set to revitalise its flagship brand starting with the relaunch of Carlsberg Export next February and a £15m spend aimed at attracting millennial drinkers.

Iconic Australian wine producer Chris Ringland has released a new entry-level wine called CR 2013, along with new vintages of his super-premium Barossa Shiraz range.

The first ever white rum to be distilled in Scotland is ready to hit the off-trade next month.

An IPA from Seattle’s Reuben Brews has arrived in the UK just days after it took gold in the New Style IPA category at a European beer competition.

The Haciendas Company now has two additions to its existing Cava portfolio.

Halewood has revealed its latest addition to the Whitley Neill family – a handcrafted Quince Gin.

The UK’s largest spirits supplier has a new general manager after Charles Ireland took over from Andrew Cowan at Diageo GB.

Supermarkets are going all out to drive footfall on Black Friday by offering huge discounts on beers, wines and spirits.

Drinks trade charity The Benevolent is hosting an inaugural online auction tomorrow to raise money for members of the industry that have fallen on hard times.

Maxxium UK is introducing Courvoisier gift packs inspired by the Paris Golden Age.

Morrisons plans to revive the Safeway name as part of its increased focus on the convenience sector, and it also plans to open more impulse outlets.

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