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Prosecco on tap under fire

08-01-2015 | Category: Italy Sparkling News

UK operators threatened with legal action

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Cuppa with your lunch?

07-01-2015 | Category: Tea News

Tetley launches Mood Infusions range with food pairings

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#Tryanuary

06-01-2015 | Category: Beers England News

Social media campaign encourages customers to 'taste something new' this month

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Wetherspoon and Heineken make up

05-01-2015 | Category: Beers England Business News Ciders Ireland

Companies resolve dispute over supply to an Irish branch

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The World According To... Joy Spence

01-01-2015 | Category: Rum & Cachaca People News Magazine

Appleton’s Order of Distinction-holding master distiller, Joy Spence, talks to Laura Foster about ketchup, heli-hikes, CNN – and being ‘joyful like a dolphin’

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Quality on Tap

01-01-2015 | Category: Service Wines News Magazine

A growing trend in the States, kegged wine is clean, green and cheaper than bottles. Time to ditch the prejudice and look at the numbers, says Anne Krebiehl MW

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Dry Society

01-01-2015 | Category: Mixers & Soft drinks News Venues Magazine

A growing number of Brits are actively looking for a booze-free night out. From dedicated dry bars to mocktails, Alice Whitehead finds out that nowadays it’s all about the juice

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugni

01-01-2015 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails News Cognac Magazine

It has become cognac’s biggest challenge. How can big blingy brands embrace the current revival of artisanal brown spirits? Richard Woodard reports on a Charentais stand-off

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Nature's medicine?

01-01-2015 | Category: News Magazine

The issue of alcohol and health is far more nuanced than either the drinks industry or the health lobby would have us believe. As the UK heads into January detox, medical expert Dr Erik Skovenborg puts some of the common myths on the subject under the microscope

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Craft... or crafty?

01-01-2015 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails News Magazine

The whisky world is suddenly full of artisanal producers, small-batch productions and boutique distilleries. It’s time for the madness to stop, thinks Neil Ridley

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Hamish Anderson: Rediscovering Southern Rhône

01-01-2015 | Category: Burgundy Opinions Magazine

With Burgundy priced off most lists, maybe it’s time for us to revisit our dirty little secrets

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Michael Butt: Order from the menu

01-01-2015 | Category: Cocktails Opinions Business Magazine

The trade’s tendency to order classic cocktails prevents progression for everyone

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In The Shaker: The Daisy

01-01-2015 | Category: Spirits & Cocktails In The Shaker

The Daisy, close relative of the Sour and the Fix, has been around since the nineteenth century, but in recent decades has gone by many other names. Jared Brown and Anistatia Miller plot the course of this essential drink, from Jerry Thomas to modern-day Savoy, via Tijuana

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Love or Hate

01-01-2015 | Category: Opinions Service Magazine

Want to know what restaurant punters love – and hate – about the way you guys do your job? Victoria Moore doles out slaps and kisses to the deserving as she gives us a customer’s eye view of waiter service

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The Working Poor

01-01-2015 | Category: England Business News Magazine

Barely any businesses in the on-trade have committed to paying their staff the living wage, and the industry’s record on rates of pay is simply abysmal. Richard Woodard examines an issue that shames the profession

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