Big bottles, big ambitions… and a big future for cider. Susanna Forbes and a team of tasters look at the producers making ciders that aim to challenge the grape’s food-matching supremacy head on
From the giddy heights of Côte-Rôtie, to the more affordable wines of Saint-Joseph, the Northern Rhône is a sought-after region for on-trade reds. Clinton Cawood joins a tasting panel in a quest for Syrah heaven
It’s not just gin – there’s been plenty of energy in the tonic category of late, too. Clinton Cawood joins a panel of bartenders, and learns that with great choice comes great responsibility…
A quality tea offering doesn’t just add great theatre to the dining experience, it can be a real money-spinner, too. Julie Sheppard looks at the move from PG Tips to GP hits
We’ve counted the votes, vetted the hopefuls and teed up our judges, so now it’s time to present the nominees for Imbibe Personality of the Year 2015
From parcel delivery on draft to paperbacks with your pint, the number of pub owners diversifying their offering in order to pull in the punters is on the rise. Alice Whitehead pops down to her local for a half and a haircut
What's in this year's limited edition collection...
Reports suggest beer is 2014’s big winner
UK brewers remove 1.9b units of alcohol from the market between 2011 and 2013
We spent the year tasting our way around the world of wine, from Turkey to Swartland, and through a herculean number of spirits.
Mitchells & Butlers pubs list Help for Heroes wines
Get stuck in with Greece's resin liqueur.
Champagne house partners with bars for launch of its gifting app
Agave expert Iván Saldaña talks issues on mezcal production and launches his own products
The rums of the (founding) fathers, courtesy of Lost Spirits in California.