Alcohol news

Worthington's White Shield

Worthington’s White Shield to be out of stock ‘for foreseeable future’ Molson Coors says


A timescale for the beer’s return has not been set by Molson Coors


Uber Eats Courrier

Majestic Wine teams up with Uber Eats to offer rapid booze delivery


The partnership is part of a drive by Majestic to build on online growth experienced since the pandemic.

Goldling web

Spirits startup Goldling secures seed funding to back retail push


The organic canned spirit startup has secured £300k in a seed funding round as it aims to get its drinks into the mults

MoMT drink

Online booze seller rolls back prices to protest alcohol duty hikes


All trade customers will automatically be refunded the duty at the checkout, and shown how much has been taken off

Edwards bottlegreen elderflower liqueur

Bottlegreen makes booze debut with Elderflower Liqueur


Edwards Bottlegreen Elderflower Liqueur is a blend of single-estate potato vodka and elderflower cordial

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Concha y Toro UK targets ‘younger adult’ drinkers with new Joy brand


Joy is designed to bring a “vibrant and sassy alternative” to mainstream wine offerings in grocery

A can of Brisk, a new light beer from the makers of Infinite Session

Infinite Session founders step into alcohol with light beer venture


Alchol-free brewer Infinite Session to launch first alcoholic brand


Diageo x Waitrose

Diageo and Waitrose team up to grow space for alcohol-free


The new dedicated bay will stock 70 low & no-alcohol drinks and will not be limited to Diageo SKUs

Brew By Numbers

Brew By Numbers unsecured creditors ‘not expected’ to see £1m owed


Unsecured creditors owed more than £1m by Brew By Numbers are unlikely to receive any of the money overdue to them from the insolvent south London brewery

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How new alcohol duty rules will affect drinkers’ shopping habits


Majority of Brits believe alcohol should cost more the stronger it is

Bermondsey Mixer Co

Bermondsey Mixer Co to wind down as ‘spiralling’ costs mount


Founder Lawrence Mason said the decision to wind down the brand had been made after several months of “things gradually getting worse”

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