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Shift to Lower-Priced Options Began in September NORWALK, Conn., Jan.
Bar owners say the recession is hurting alcohol sales more than previous slumps in which alcoholic beverages proved recession-resistant.
Banning drink promotions or happy hour in bars and clubs may result in young people drinking privately before going to clubs, Canadian researchers said. Lead author Dr.
British researchers suggest 24-hour drinking has not reduced the burden of hospital alcohol emergency visits, but shifted the problem later into the night. The Licensing Act 2003 allowed longer and more flexible opening hours for pubs, clubs and other licensed premises of alcohol in Britain.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/300a33/france_food_and_dr) has announced the addition of the "France Food and Drink Report Q4 2008" report to their offering.
OSCAR-winning actor Tim Robbins and his City Of Embers co-star Harry Treadaway stunned regulars at a Belfast pub when they gave they jumped up on stage and gave them an impromptu concert.
British health officials say they'll try to reduce public drunkenness by banning free alcohol for women, and curbing free wine and beer tastings.
By Blecken, David Japanese beer brands are introducing youth-friendly drinks to win back demand TOKYO In an effort to counter dwindling demand for beer among Japanese consumers, two of the market's largest brewers are planning to introduce an updated version of the drink modified to appeal to a younger audience.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/a66793/2009_u_s_beer_w) has announced the addition of the "2009 U.S. Beer & Wine & Liquor Stores Industry Report" report to their offering.
By Sion Barry ALL Bar One and Harvester owner, Mitchells&Butlers, yesterday said it would need to more than triple sales growth to offset soaring energy bills and regulatory costs over the year ahead.
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