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Tune in to the global Mindful Drinking Festival live online

Club Soda's eighth Mindful Drinking Festival will be held from 30 July to 2 August and is free to attend.

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José Eduardo Barboza: Wine, education, and Brazil's systemic racism

To get some insight into the dynamics that characterise Brazilian society, its wine industry, and what can be done to make it more inclusive, Jacopo Mazzeo caught up with São Paulo-based sommelier, wine consultant and educator José Eduardo Barboza.

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Editor’s letter: How we plan to make Imbibe more inclusive

We’ve taken the time to look closely at how we act at Imbibe when it comes to diversity and are committing to making Imbibe a truly welcoming, diverse and inclusive community.

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Tennent's Wellpark brewery gets new carbon capture facility

Scotland’s Tennent’s Wellpark brewery has completed the installation of a new carbon capture facility in a pledge to become ‘as close to self-sufficient as currently possible’.

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Slow drinks: Fermented garlic honey, by Terrazza I Principi

This week it's the turn of Terrazza I Principi (a group of four Italian bartenders: Elena Urbani, Nightjar; Cristian Silenzi, The Savoy; Angelo Sparvoli, Kwānt and Iolanda Carrieri, nhow Hotel).

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Milk & Honey to close after 18 years

The legendary cocktail bar is re-opening for 10 weeks before shutting its doors for the last time in October.

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Harrods opens its first stand-alone bar

The Baccarat Bar has been created in partnership with crystal maker Baccarat and has Cameron Attfield at the helm.

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‘No more no shows’ campaign launched

A new campaign has been launched in Greater Manchester to ‘stop the devastating effects of no shows’ on the restaurant industry.

Podcasts

SipAdvisor: Listen to our first Imbibe podcast

SipAdvisor by Imbibe is our new monthly podcast and our first episode features all-star line-up: the Artesian’s Anna Sebastian; sommelier Jan Konetzki; beer writer Pete Brown; Club Soda’s Laura Willoughby, and ciderologist Gabe Cook.

SipAdvisor special: Natural wine podcast

Following the announcement earlier this year that ‘natural wine’ has been legally recognised in France as Vin méthode nature, our first  podcast special edition is entirely dedicated to the subject.

SipAdvisor: Episode 2

In the second episode of our podcast, we look at what re-opening might look like for the UK’s pubs bars and restaurants – including an interview with on-trade marketing legend Mark McCullough about the 100 Day Playbook, a muse on PPE for hospitality staff, all accompanied by a glass of English fizz for English Wine Week.

SipAdvisor special: New make spirit

SipAdvisor by Imbibe is our monthly podcast. In this special episode, deputy editor Millie Milliken delves into the world of new make spirit.

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Slow drinks: Fermented garlic honey, by Terrazza I Principi

This week it's the turn of Terrazza I Principi (a group of four Italian bartenders: Elena Urbani, Nightjar; Cristian Silenzi, The Savoy; Angelo Sparvoli, Kwānt and Iolanda Carrieri, nhow Hotel).

News |  People & Places

Milk & Honey to close after 18 years

The legendary cocktail bar is re-opening for 10 weeks before shutting its doors for the last time in October.

News |  People & Places

Harrods opens its first stand-alone bar

The Baccarat Bar has been created in partnership with crystal maker Baccarat and has Cameron Attfield at the helm.

News |  People & Places

‘No more no shows’ campaign launched

A new campaign has been launched in Greater Manchester to ‘stop the devastating effects of no shows’ on the restaurant industry.

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Armit Wines to partner with The Court of Master Sommeliers

Armit Wines will be supporting The Court of Master Sommeliers as part of the wine merchant's 'commitment to the on-trade'.

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Sommelier's lockdown wine club initiative takes £30,000 of orders a month

Andre Luis Martins staved off boredom during lockdown by creating a home wine club for members of the Cavalry & Guards Club where he works. The initiative was a huge success – so much so, he's now looking to extend it.

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How drinking habits have been affected by Covid-19

Younger drinkers have stopped drinking; bars, restaurants and hotels could remain largely off-limits; and the apparently irreversible shift to online may well be as temporary as family Zoom quizzes. Those are the findings from the latest research by market analysts Wine Intelligence.

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Independent Family Brewers of Britain invested more than £20M in pubs during lockdown

The support included cancelling rent payments, and suspending service charge and loan repayments.

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Armit Wines to partner with The Court of Master Sommeliers

Armit Wines will be supporting The Court of Master Sommeliers as part of the wine merchant's 'commitment to the on-trade'.

News |  People & Places

Sommelier's lockdown wine club initiative takes £30,000 of orders a month

Andre Luis Martins staved off boredom during lockdown by creating a home wine club for members of the Cavalry & Guards Club where he works. The initiative was a huge success – so much so, he's now looking to extend it.

News |  People & Places

How drinking habits have been affected by Covid-19

Younger drinkers have stopped drinking; bars, restaurants and hotels could remain largely off-limits; and the apparently irreversible shift to online may well be as temporary as family Zoom quizzes. Those are the findings from the latest research by market analysts Wine Intelligence.

News |  People & Places

Independent Family Brewers of Britain invested more than £20M in pubs during lockdown

The support included cancelling rent payments, and suspending service charge and loan repayments.