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The statement at the time also noted that the microbrewery would produce Beavertown’s flagship beer, Neck Oil, as well as other core beers in its range, plus a collaborative Spurs beer.The new beer will be available in the Beavertown Tottenham taproom in the south stand of the stadium, as well as at bars located throughout the facility.

Ryan, Jr, publisher of The Washington Post, explores the history of wine at the White House and its famous wine-loving presidents.Called Wine and the White House: A History, the book is divided into three sections.

10th January, 2020 by Edith Hancock Spanish winemaker Ramón Bilbao is “well on the way” to meeting its sustainability targets before the end of the year, having already exceeded its goals on lowering greenhouse gasses and waste.Ramón Bilbao’s target is to reduce its impact in the four basic pillars of sustainability – reduction of greenhouse gases, energy efficiency, water management and reduction of waste – by 20% between 2016 and 2020.

10th January, 2020 by Edith Hancock Danish brewer Carlsberg has once again swapped out a member of its beer portfolio for a new Pilsner, this time without the alcohol.Liam Newton, VP Marketing at Carlsberg UK, said the AF category “has seen huge growth in the last few years as consumers seek to moderate their consumption without comprising on the taste of their beer.

10th January, 2020 by Lucy Shaw Husband and wife duo, Ben and Kate O’Norum, are to open a sustainable seafood restaurant that shines a light on English wine at Hastings Contemporary art gallery.The venue will be on the gallery’s revamped first floor, which boasts panoramic views of the English Channel and Europe’s largest fleet of beach-launched fishing boats.

au/campaigns/disaster-relief-and-recovery-donate Adelaide Hills Wine Region Fire Appeal – https://www.au/make-a-donation/ Events Gus Gluck, co-founder Quality Wines in London, has launched an Australian wine auction to raise money wildfire victims.

10th January, 2020 by Rupert Millar The main Liv-ex index, the Fine Wine 100, finished 2019 down 3% overall with the market trending downwards slightly in December.61%, in line with the much broader Fine Wine 1000 which likewise dipped slightly in December, down 0.

10th January, 2020 by Phoebe French We round up the week’s restaurant-related news, from the opening of wine bar and restaurant Peckham Cellars to Pied à Terre’s launch of the ‘£100 Club’.Image: Peckham Cellars Openings Peckham Cellars: A new neighbourhood restaurant and wine bar has opened in Peckham this week, under the guidance of friends Helen Hall, Luke West-Whylie and Ben McVeigh.

They were installed throughout the premises in the restaurant, bar, wine attic, hallway, WC’s and outside dining area.Andy Goodwin of Fettle Design said, “Bright Goods LED lamps have that element of traditional about them which was key to the overall concept we had for the restaurant.

Software business, Touch2Success, has announced a multi-million pound acquisition of Big Foodie.However, Big Foodie’s customers will benefit from access to the 10,000+ takeaways registered with Foodhub, and Foodhub customers will have a greater choice of takeaways and restaurants.

Once opened, a pack can be easily resealed using RE:CLOSE Lite, increasing convenience for consumers and minimising the environmental impact of food waste caused by spillage or leaving a pack open.The improved performance ensures RE:CLOSE Lite effectively meets the demand for consumer choice in providing portion control functionality to multi-serving packs.

While there are, of course, many flow measurement and monitoring applications in the food and beverage industries that require continuous, permanently installed flow measurement, there are many more that need only temporary measurement or to be checked periodically.A system such as a hand-held Katronic KATflow 200 offers straightforward, easily installed flow measurement on filled pipes for CIP testing, verification of other flowmeters and leakage/blockage detection, while its big brother the KATflow 230, with its twin transducer inputs and temperature measurement, gives the user a direct method of measuring heat entering and leaving an area so heat usage can be directly surveyed.

The new labels, which are designed to reflect the “stunning location” of Yealands’ Seaview vineyard in the Awatere Valley of Marlborough, are now being rolled out worldwide.Nina Andrews, general manager for marketing for Yealands, said: “After in-depth consumer research in our key markets, we are thrilled to unveil to the UK trade our new Yealands branding across our whole Yealands range.

The joint venture, which gives both parties an equal stake in the business, will benefit from the international reach of wine and spirits fair Vinexpo and from Comexposium, the world’s third largest events organiser.The news follows the announcement back in May 2019 when Vinexpo Holding and Comexposium announced that their two events Vinexpo Paris and Wine Paris, would be held at the same venue in Paris.

Naked Wines has reported its Christmas trading was in line with expectations, up by 11% on the same period last year.Devlin said: “The team have worked hard over the Christmas period and delivered a good performance.

Nick Gillett, managing director, said: “I have had huge respect for the work Joel has done at Our/London building a disruptive brand that is focused on its sense of community.Anchored by its strong roots and local partnerships, the brand has grown to be stocked by over 400 accounts nationwide.

The Cava Designation of Origin has unanimously approved a “momentous and unprecedented” plan to overhaul its classification system.The idea is to provide a clearer differentiation between the various styles of cava and to establish a system of territorial classification.

A Baijiu made in the UK is launching in time for Chinese New Year.Founder, Pete Thompson, said: “We have created Thompson’s Baijiu to honour Chinese tradition and British science and distilling expertise.

The Austrian Wine Marketing Board (AWMB) has created a new division in order to further strengthen the nation’s global reach.The news coincides with Chris Yorke’s official start in his role of AWMB managing director, following a familiarisation process, which began in October 2019.

8th January, 2020 by Edith Hancock Irish whiskey brand Powers has rejigged its branding ahead of launching its Gold Label range in the US this year.It also features a label using one of the first ever trademarks registered in Ireland and a link to the legacy of Powers; the Powers ‘diamond P’.