Food and Drink

Food and drink is more than just fuel for our bodies. It brings us together, whether it be a coffee and cake with friends, that first date dinner or family celebrations. Our social lives revolve around food and drink.

Get Crafty

After years of persistence from brewers and fans alike, the phrase ‘craft beer’ has taken root. What makes a craft beer?

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What will we be drinking in 2020?

What should you watch out for in 2020? Brands are working harder to establish real connections with customers.

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Are wet led pubs on the rise?

Pubs have become food-led establishments. Have the tides turned, and are wet-led pubs back on the rise?

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The future is looking rosé

In a sea of endless new gins, cocktails and premium ciders, it is clear to see that the trend has gone pink.

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Is rum the new gin?

Rums have gained popularity over the past few years with more variants being available.

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The gin to my tonic

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last few years, chances are you will have noticed that Gin is very much in style.

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Hello Wine Lovers! It’s National Rosé Day

Rosé is probably the oldest known type of wine, dating back as far as 600 BC. 

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Elsewhere on the blog…

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It’s ok to be on a diet

Have you ever been fat-shamed or ridiculed for changing the way you eat?

After having some backlash telling me it is not a good idea to promote my weight loss, I felt compelled to reply. I am not restricting calories, cutting out vital nutrients and encouraging people to damage their bodies – I am helping mine to become more powerful. I just wanted to share the joy I have got from my achievements.

The benefits of going to the pub

While we have all been able to stay connected and reconnect during the COVID-19 worldwide crisis, we have missed being social. People do not want to speak to their screens, but to faces and new faces too – and hear the stories and antidotes that come with that.

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