Drinking one pint a day has been linked to reduced risk of developing several serious heart conditions in new large-scale study. Moderate drinking, usually defined as no more than 14 units of alcohol a week – equivalent to around one and a half bottles of wine or seven pints of regular-strength lager – is associated with a lower risk of developing some, but not all, cardiovascular diseases, said scientists.
Are you planning to grab a pint of green beer on St. Paddy’s Day? Green beer is a fixture at St. Patrick’s Day parties, right alongside “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” t-shirts and guys in cartoonishly large leprechaun hats. But unlike t-shirts and oversized headgear, there’s a small chance that emerald-hued ales could devastate a delicate ... Read More
Australia’s booming craft beer industry is demanding a fairer deal from the Federal Government, saying the current tax regime is holding it back. Key points: Craft beer brewers are hit with an excise of $49 per litre if sold in bottles, compact kegs Owners of Willie the Boatman brewery say the tax they have to ... Read More