Beer ad aimed squarely at your cute receptors
Victim had 'a couple of good holes on both sides of his leg'
The factory smells like an ale house, but there's no alcohol
Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s biggest brewer, is buying back the South Korean brewery it sold to private equity in 2009
I've never really understood why people give up alcohol for January. Of all the months to avoid hooch, why choose the grimmest, darkest, most spirit-sapping of all? It's the time of year when a glass is most welcome, particularly if it involves a warm pub and some friends.
The Orval monastery – one of only eight in the world producing certified Trappist beers – now has only 12, down from 35 a few decades ago
Art Deco glamour, dusky hues, Prohibition-style tea room, personal attachés, Jack Kerouac, and sophisticated retreats
The Belgians’ sweet tooth is not limited to the calorific chocolates and truffles they consume: their famous beers are also often laced with sugar, especially the fruity brews enjoyed across the country.
Automated machine lets you feed in the ingredients, set a timer and wait for your home-brewed beers
Being paid to drink beer? Well, yes, but there's so much more science to being a brewer than that
The German league leaders made their annual trip to the beer festival at the weekend
Say what you like about the Tories but they do have a sense of humour. The highlight of this year's conference will be the "Our Maggie" souvenir shop, an emporium of Thatcher-themed tat endorsed by the party.
"If a man can write a better book, preach a better sermon or make a better mousetrap than his neighbour," runs the ancient Yankee saw, "though he build his house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door."
Women are rising through the ranks at some of Britain's biggest breweries as well as opening new ones
Workers who deliver beer, lager and soft drinks to pubs, clubs - and Downing Street - will stage a 24-hour strike tomorrow in a row over jobs.