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Alexandra’s black market for booze under lockdown

Underground liquor has a long history in South Africa. Its next chapter is being written under the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown

High hopes, not much dope in marijuana beer and gin

It’s now okay to smoke cannabis, or at least it’s legal as long as you don’t buy your supply. But what about drinking it?

Cheers to the world’s fastest growing beer market

Africa is forecast to be the fastest growing total beverage alcohol region over the next five years.

​Betting on addiction is a sure winner

It is no coincidence that the biggest companies by far on the JSE trade on human weaknesses.

New quick stale-beer tester could prove food freshness

A cheap and quick system for testing how fresh beer is could give people a tool to test how fresh all their food is.

Exploring Africa’s favourite beers

Snapshots of Africa’s most popular beers and the breweries that created them during colonialism and post independence.

Designated driver needed on this sipping safari

This book reveals that there is more to craft beer than the the price tag and cute names.

The journey to the bottom of a (craft) beer glass

Beer-eaucracy is putting the cork in a craft beer revolution that could provide widespread development.

World’s biggest brewers mull $245bn tie-up

AB InBev is considering a takeover of SABMiller to consolidate its position in a market facing the increased popularity of indie craft beers.

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