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Sogevinus Named Fortified Producer of the Year at Sommelier Wine Awards

Sogevinus has been awarded the accolade of Fortified Producer of the Year at this year’s Sommelier Wine Awards with Kopke, the oldest Port Wine House. Kopke dominated the Port section, winning half of the category’s Gold medals, impressing the judges with both quality and price at …

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THE ADAPTED COVID-19 PUB / RESTAURANT

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The Government’s plan for exiting the coronavirus lockdown targeted 4 July as the earliest date from which the hospitality sector could start to reopen.

While some pubs and restaurants remained open during lockdown for limited takeaway orders, this has not been economically viable for most pubs, …

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Camden Town Brewery Launch New Beer to Help Pubs

After a rough few months of change and uncertainty, Camden Town Brewey wants to help pubs get pouring again, with what they do best – fresh beer. That’s why they’ve made To The Pub American Pale Ale; a new one-off beer, brewed to support and celebrate the industry.

When pubs officially reopen, they …

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6 O’clock Gin Celebrates 10th Anniversary

One of the original pioneers of the UK gin boom, family-owned craft gin brand, 6 O’clock Gin is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year with a series of exciting new releases, promotions and events. 

Owned and operated by the family-run artisan spirit company Bramley & Gage, based on the outskirts of Bristol, 6 …

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Craft Whisky Club Partners with Edinburgh Whisky Academy

This June, the online whisky initiative Craft Whisky Club has partnered with highly respected pioneers of certified whisky education, Edinburgh Whisky Academy to create the ultimate online course and subscription service, for those who not only want to discover a new world of craft, artisan and innovative whisky-making but get a chance to try them …

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Best Vegetarian Food to Build Muscle

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With how vital protein is with encouraging muscle growth, it can be tough as a vegetarian to get the sustenance needed to build and maintain a well-built body. It’s suggested that for regular gym goers, 1.5 grams of protein for every kilogram you weigh is required to maximize muscle protein synthesis.

Due to …

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