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Pictured: Newly appointed commercial director for Brockmans Gin, Herni Brunel

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Brockmans Gin switches UK distributor

By Bethan Grylls

The premium gin brand has appointed a new distributor following the decision to end its agreement with Proximo UK after three years, alongside making another senior appointment.

The Little Shot Shop kicked off the Plenish campaign, with the London pop-up on Portobello Road staffed exclusively by kids. Credit: Plenish

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British kids outsmart their elders on nutrition

By Bethan Grylls

A nationwide poll of more than 2,000 adults and 1,000 children has revealed a major knowledge gap when it comes to nutrition - with one UK drinks brand ready to plug the gap.

The brewer produces a wide range of beer and cider. Credit: Adnams

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Adnams chair to step down

By William Dodds

The chair of beer manufacturer Adnams has confirmed his intention to step down.

William Watkins is the new president of the BSDA

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Radnor Hills CEO elected BSDA president

By Gwen Ridler

William Watkins, founder and chief executive of drinks firm Radnor Hills, has been elected president of the British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA).

Brew York has recalled cans of Juice Forsyth after some of the can exploded

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Exploding cans spark beer recall

By Gwen Ridler

Reports of exploding cans of beer have sparked the recall of a range of Indian pale ale (IPA) from drinks firm Brew York on a precautionary basis.

(L-R) Simon Knight and William Watkins of Radnor Hills

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New MD and CEO at Radnor Hills

By Gwen Ridler

Soft drinks manufacturer Radnor Hills has appointed Simon Knight as its new managing director, effective immediately, as his predecessor William Watkins transitions to the role of chief executive.

Beer drinkers say they're willing to pay more for sustainably produced pint. Credit: Getty/The Good Brigade

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Sustainability credentials sway 61% of beer drinkers

By Bethan Grylls

A global survey has revealed that 83% of respondents are trying to reduce their carbon and water footprint, and are willing to pay more for their beer if it helps ease the planet’s global warming crisis.

James Arrow (pictured) is the new CEO of Brewdog

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Brewdog CEO departs from role after 17 years

By Gwen Ridler

Brewdog has appointed James Arrow as its new chief executive, succeeding co-founder James Watt, as part of the brewer’s succession plan put in place last year.

The new brewery is slated for completion in 2027. Credit: Greene King

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Greene King to build £40m brewery in Suffolk

By William Dodds

UK beer manufacturer Greene King has announced plans to invest £40m into the development of a “state-of-the-art” brewery in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Philip Raynor, Glebe's Farm's managing director, tells Food Manufacture about his role

All in a Day's Work

All in a Day's Work: Glebe Farm MD

By Philip Rayner

In May's edition of All in a Day's Work, we hear from Glebe Farm's managing director Philip Rayner.

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