July 30, 2021 by Clare Burnett; Brews News.com.au A survey of social media accounts by the Cancer Council has revealed a number of alcohol-related accounts without age gates. The claims highlight the importance for all brewers of any size to be considering age gating and restrictions on not only their websites, but their social media Read More →

Barbieri, S., Feltracco, P., Lucchetta, V., Gaudio, R. M., Tredese, A., Bergamini, M., Vettore, G., Pietrantonio, V., Avato, F. M., Donato, D., Boemo, D. G., Nesoti, M. B., & Snenghi, R. (2018). A social media-based acute alcohol consumption behavior (NekNomination): case series in Italian emergency departments. Interactive Journal of Medicine Research, 7(1), 1-7. 10.2196/ijmr.6573 A Read More →

19th of July by Emma Feeny, Katie Dain, Cherian Varghese, George A Atiim, Dag Rekve & Hebe N Gouda. From BMJ, “Protecting women and girls from tobacco and alcohol promotion”.  Following the trend that sees a change in gender norms, an aggressive industry marketing, and continuing population growth in low-and-middle income countries, what happens is Read More →

Dimova, E. D., & Mitchell, D. (2021). Rapid literature on the impact of health messaging and product information on alcohol labelling. Drugs: Education, prevention and Policy, DOI: 10.1080/09687637.2021.1932754 Since alcohol labelling enables people to make informed decisions about the products they purchase and consume, this new study explores the impact of health messaging and product information Read More →

29th June, 2021 by Nicola Carruthers. From The Spirit Business.  The global spirits sector faces losing US$168 billion if restrictions on marketing are enforced, a new report has found.  The new Brand Finance Marketing Restrictions 2021 report builds on previous Brand Finance studies in 2017 and 2019 that looked at the potential impact of plain Read More →