A bipartisan group of Congressional members have called on the Department of Justice (DOJ) to investigate potential irregularities in the aluminum market, which they say are causing the price of the metal used in beverage cans to surge.
Perhaps the most unusual aspect of wine in cans is how long it took wineries to start using a container that seems perfect for the task.
Makers of American whiskey worry the increasing likelihood of retaliatory tariffs, particularly from the European Union and China, could hurt business after years of booming growth abroad.
WSWA, the national trade association representing the wholesale tier of the wine and spirits industry, has selected REQ to fully redesign and relaunch the current WSWA website.
Becle’s US unit Proximo Spirits has announced that president and CEO Mark Teasdale will step down from the company next month.
The center of the dispute is a decades-old agreement under which MillerCoors brews all of Pabst's legacy beers, including Pabst Blue Ribbon.
English vineyards are now a “fashionable” investment for financiers in the City of London, as the number of wineries launching in the UK reaches record highs.
The Distilled Spirits Council at its summer Board of Directors meeting elected Diageo North America President Deirdre Mahlan Chair of the national trade association, representing leading producers and marketers of distilled spirits sold in the United States.
Beer companies haven’t effectively marketed to women, and they’re leaving a lot of opportunity for increased sales on the table, according to Bridget Brennan, CEO of Chicago-based consulting group the Female Factor.
The decision to freeze duty on wine and spirits in the UK has given the Treasury a £67 million (US$88.91m) boost in four months, according to Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC).