In this issue: We look at refashioning cans, the iconic status of gin...
Heineken has announced a new plug-and-pour delivery system that allows draught beer to be served almost anywhere.
Rain, drought and frost have significantly harmed wine production in France this year. Elliot Gardner finds out how bad conditions can decimate winemakers’ hopes.
Calorie-conscious wine lovers in the UK may be able to enjoy a guilt-free glass of wine with Marks & Spencer’s newly-launched reduced-calorie range of wines.
Drinks giant Diageo has announced that it will be reviving two of its Scottish whisky distilleries that have been dormant for over three decades.
Scotch Whisky Association has applied for geographical indication status in New Zealand, and PureCircle has indicated the use of stevia in food and beverages has increased significantly. Drinks-insight-network.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2017.
Bitrex, the world’s most bitter substance, would put a standard pint of ‘bitter’ IPA to shame. Elliot Gardner finds out more about its uses and history.
Self-service beverage pumps are being increasingly installed across the UK and Ireland, with the University of Reading being the latest to fit its own ‘beer wall’. Elliot Gardner asks what the impact of the system will be.
In this issue: Top trends in hot drinks and the success of Craft gin, as well as other insights from GlobalData
What you might expect to taste in your rendang or biryani has been deployed into our coffee: turmeric is the latest flavor to hit Starbucks, and indeed many other coffee shops in the UK.
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