Drinks Retailing News
Drinks Retailing News is the number one monthly business magazine for the take-home drinks market. Whether you’re an influential supermarket buyer, director of a chain, a leading independent or a wholesaler - Drinks Retailing News delivers all you need to stay ahead and be well-informed in the fast-changing drinks sector. Over our 154 years, Drinks Retailing News has gained a reputation for leading the news agenda with exclusive stories, written by our experienced and award winning team.
Formerly called Off Licence News, the service has now been rebranded as Drinks Retailing News as it champions the off-trade in 2017 and beyond.
Off-licence-led convenience stores are a huge and very important part of our readership, but the magazine covers the entire off-trade. We count multiple grocers, independent wine merchants, bottle shops, symbols, luxury department stores, online retailers, specialist retailers, wholesalers and more among our readers and we strive to serve as their eyes and ears, inform and entertain them all.
It is a broad church but the common goal is to preserve a healthy off-trade BWS market, and that is our mission as we continue to provide an unrivalled blend of news, analysis, comment and insight, all solely dedicated to the off-trade drinks channel, something that no other title specialises in.
Drinks Retailing News puts the needs of UK drinks retailers centre stage - with unrivalled news coverage and must-read analysis backed-up by in-depth sector reports, research and views on retailing best practice.
Whether you need to know the latest on spirits, wine, beer, tobacco, snacks or soft drinks - Drinks Retailing News gives retailers the full package to help their bottom line thrive. We pride ourselves on being at the heart of the take-home drinks market - and playing a positive part in helping it thrive.
In addition to offering a lively print publication, Drinks Retailing News continues to support retailers through an active online presence, a range of supplements and a full and exciting roster of face-to-face events.
Jack Danielís has launched a rye into the UK market in a bid to capitalise on Britsí growing love of imported whiskies.
A hoppy IPA has joined the Hobgoblin portfolio.