Spirits tax cut could give Treasury £748m

A 5% tax reduction for spirits in the UK budget next month could boost the Treasury’s income by £748 million (US$1 billion) over the next three years, according to new data

Spirits trends to watch in 2021

While 2020 was deeply challenging for producers, there are some clear patterns developing that should give them reason to be cheerful this year. The Spirits Business looks at the direction the industry is likely to take in 2021

Halewood opens £1m Peaky Blinder distillery

UK-based Halewood Artisanal Spirits has opened a new £1 million distillery (US$1.3m) for its Peaky Blinder brand in Birmingham on the same site as Sadler’s brewery

Vodka brands to watch in 2021

The vodka category faces a long road to recovery following the Covid-19 pandemic. However, these brands look set to rejuvenate the sector over the coming year

Diageo to buy Chase Distillery

October 26th, 2020

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