To celebrate menstrual products being made free for all in Scotland, BrewDog has released a new beer titled Bloody Good Beer. [Interesting example of cause marketing. Ed]
Here's a fascinating bit of beer innovation launched in the UK by South African, Danielle Bekker, leveraging her impressive brewing qualifications and career experience.
Kirin Brewery Co will start selling a zero-carbohydrate regular beer in October, the first such product offered by a domestic brewer, to tap demand among increasingly health-conscious consumers.
South Africa joins 16 other global markets for the rollout of Heineken 0.0, an alcoholic free lager brewed with a "unique recipe for a distinct balanced taste" – and only 69 calories per 330ml bottle [with 16g carbs vs 10.5g carbs in regular Heineken and 138 calories] .
Tesco is set to launch the ‘UK’s first’ non-alcoholic stout in response to the growing demand for no- and low-alcohol drinks from consumers in the UK.
Big Beer is showing keen interest in cannabis, with latest news being Heineken's launch of Hi-Fi Hops, from California beer brand Lagunitas, and which is made with marijuana instead of alcohol.
Guinness is the latest brand to bolster its teetotal drinks offering after launching a new non-alcoholic beer it claims doesn’t compromise on flavour.
SAB has relaunched its Castle Draught, under a new brand name, the 1895 Draught, and which is targeted at the rapidly premiumising and urbanising South African beer consumer....
There's a new addition to the Castle Lite family – Castle Lite Lime – a new style of flavoured beer extending SAB's offering to the beer drinking market. It's the original Castle Lite, just unlocked with a dash of lime "Flava"....
Americans just don't seem to appreciate a pint of black, creamy Guinness. Among other efforts to revive Guinness sales, Diageo is introducing beers that many people wouldn't recognise as Guinness at all. First up: Blonde American Lager, which comes out this September. The great black...