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New Sadler’s Peaky Blinder Craft Lager Enters Canned Territory

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With Original Peaky Blinder Gang
Making An Entrance On Pack

Sadler’s Peaky Blinder Craft Lager is increasing its
stature amongst the craft beer masses with the launch of 330ml cans and
new-look 330ml bottles, each featuring real-life members of the original Peaky
Blinder gang.

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Fentimans Secret Spritz Garden opens in Farringdon.

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In the middle of bustling Farringdon, hidden behind ivy covered walls and unknown to passers-by, lies the Fentimans Secret Spritz Garden. A hideaway filled with fragrant herbs, aromatic plants and Fentimans spritz
cocktails; the Secret Spritz Garden has now unlocked its doors to curious Londoners for three weeks this August.

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Raising the Foodie Steaks in Cheltenham

The countdown is on to the launch of Son of Steak at The Brewery Quarter in Cheltenham. Due to open its doors on Monday, September 23, the restaurant is the second to open in the UK following the success of its first hotspot in Nottingham.

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Edinburgh Gin reigns supreme at global drinks awards

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Edinburgh Gin scoops six awards at the International Wine & Spirit Competition 2019 (IWSC)  

Edinburgh Gin’s new full-strength Rhubarb & Ginger Gin takes home gold at the annual IWSC 

Edinburgh Gin’s latest full-strength offering, Rhubarb & Ginger Gin,
has taken home gold at this year’s prestigious International Wine & Spirit
Competition.  …

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RAW HALO: FEEL-GOOD CHOCOLATE FOR YOUR MIND, BODY & SPIRIT

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ORGANIC, RAW, DAIRY FREE CHOCOLATE
BRAND LAUNCH DYNAMIC NEW-LOOK WITH SUSTAINABILITY FRONT OF MIND

Raw Halo (www.rawhalo.com) believe chocolate should make you feel good. That’s why they make delicious vegan, raw chocolate bars from ethically sourced, plant-based ingredients, sweetened with coconut sugar and sustainably wrapped. …

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Self-sustainable Britain: Is it possible?

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In recent years, Britain has become more and more reliant on imported food, with HSBC analyst David McCarthy suggesting that 80% of food in the UK comes from abroad. Despite having a proven effective and successful agricultural industry, Britain is currently not self-sufficient when it comes to food production. 

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