Saturday, September 21, 2019
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Costcutter beers and ciders

Costcutter is focusing on craft

THE “booming craft beer trend” shows no signs of slowing down, according to Costcutter.
Carling and Coors Light

Goodbye to plastic on packs

Molson Coors plans to remove plastic from Carling and Coors Light packaging by 2021. The brewer made the commitment as part of its overall global packaging strategy.
Polar Monkeys Mandarillo IPA

A tropical new brew

Nordic craft brewer Theodor Schiotz Brewing Co. has extended its Polar Monkeys range with the launch of a summer brew – Mandarillo Session IPA.
McEwans Champion bottle

It’s ale about a quality offer

In the on trade, the days of “a pint of your cheapest” are a thing of the past, as the rise of craft has generated interest in quality brews with a bit of authenticity.
Amigos beer

Going global in the beer chiller

Adventurous beer shoppers are improving the fortunes of international imports, according to sales data provided by Global Brands.
Innis and Gunn tropic like it's hot can

Tropics of Edinburgh

SCOTLAND might not be the warmest of countries, but Edinburgh-based brewer Innis & Gunn has released a new ‘Tropic Like It’s Hop’ passionfruit pale ale — adding a bit of  tropical flavour to the off trade.
Some moments don't need a hashtag - Doom Bar advert

Eyes on Cornwall

CORNWALL-based Sharps Brewery has invested £1m in a major nationwide advertising campaign for its flagship beer Doom Bar.
Foster’s agony uncles Brad and Dan

Aussie pair return

AUSTRALIAN agony uncles Brad and Dan are back as part of the latest media blitz for Foster’s.

Sober as a sailor

Suffolk-based brewery Adnams has its eyes on the low and no alcohol opportunity, launching a dealcoholised version of its flagship brew Ghost Ship

Low ABV beer on the way up

Scots cutting alcohol, says Carlsberg

Budweiser goes green

Budweiser announces that its UK operations will now use 100% renewable electricity

A bit of help for crafty retailers

Costcutter is pushing its craft range

Mexcellent to drink at home

While shoppers may be stepping out on the town less, they are willing to travel further with their beer choices, creating a great opportunity for world beer brands

Gluten-free market expands

A Glasgow-based brewery has become the latest brand to try and appeal to the free-from market, by creating a certified gluten-free beer .

Borders brew making waves

Broughton Ales has made great progress since the brewery was snapped up in 2015 .

Beer-ing all for charity

Scottish beer brand McEwan’s has encouraged Irvine Welsh to bare all for a new campaign in support of Prostate Cancer UK .