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27 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
A MUSIC executive whose non-stop party lifestyle caused serious liver damage has given up his career to launch zero-alcohol spirits. Booze-lover Jack Horner, 43, spent 20 years touring the world and putting on events with superstar DJs including Paul Oakenfold and Pete Tong. The father-of-two said breaking his ankle proved to be a “huge wake-up call,” as he discovered that he was suffering from serious liver damage. But raving at hundreds of hedonistic festivals took its toll on the father-of-two’s health. After falling and breaking his ankle in Ibiza a medical check-up revealed his liver was “battered.” Jack worked at Warner Music before founding a music creative agency and leading campaigns for Coca Cola, Jägermeister, Heineken and Mastercard. He told Sun Online: “When I broke my ankle, it was a huge wake-up call. “It turned out my liver had taken a pounding over the years. “It was easy in the music industry to stay out until 3am and fall out of Soho House or a club. “Doctors told me sort it out – or it could become irreversible damage. So I totally quit drinking for several months.” Quitting the pints and cocktails led Jack to set up alcohol-free spirits brand Stryyk with pal Alex Carlton, 42. Stryyk’s rum alternative does well in taste tests The gin alternative is also well received by taste testers ‘REIGN IT IN A BIT’ Their drinks Not Gin, Not Rum and Not Vodka have already proved a hit in trendy bars, and are selling well on Ocado and Amazon. And earlier this month their firm received a major boost when the soft drinks firm behind Irn-Bru invested a cool £1million in a 20% minority stake in Stryyk. AG Barr also signed up to be the exclusive UK distributor for the brand. Jack, of Kensal Rise, Central London, added: “We’re not anti-drinking, we’re just trying to find a balance. “Our customers still want to party. They just want to reign it in a bit. “We wanted to make zero-proof spirits for everyone – people who have a vodka and tonic one week could simply swap for a non-alcoholic variety next week. “The blind taste tests with our new drinks have been incredible. A majority of people say ours are better than the real thing.” ‘YOUNG PEOPLE TURNING THEIR BACKS ON BOOZE’ Recent surveys found more people are turning to low and non-alcoholic drinks when on a night out or at home. UK sales of low and alcohol-free beers jumped 28% in the year to February. This sales growth is replicated in Germany, where as many as one in 15 beers sold is now estimated to be alcohol-free. Meanwhile, in Spain, which is the world’s largest consumer of alcohol-free beer – overwhelmingly in the form of ice-cold lagers – they account for 14% of all sales. Jack worked with acts including Pete Tong – but it all went Pete Tong Paul Oakenfold was among the artists Jack promoted [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] A University College London study suggested young people are turning their backs on booze. Researchers found almost a third of 16-to-24 year olds in 2015 said they didn’t drink, compared with around one in five in 2005. The proportion of “lifetime abstainers” rose from nine to 17 per cent in the same period. [bc_video video_id=”5849365628001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Sober Up is a new detox shot which claims to support liver health and prevent hangovers “] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
27 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
A MUSIC executive whose non-stop party lifestyle caused serious liver damage has given up his career to launch zero-alcohol spirits. Booze-lover Jack Horner, 43, spent 20 years touring the world and putting on events with superstar DJs including Paul Oakenfold and Pete Tong. The father-of-two said breaking his ankle proved to be a “huge wake-up call,” as he discovered that he was suffering from serious liver damage. But raving at hundreds of hedonistic festivals took its toll on the father-of-two’s health. After falling and breaking his ankle in Ibiza a medical check-up revealed his liver was “battered.” Jack worked at Warner Music before founding a music creative agency and leading campaigns for Coca Cola, Jägermeister, Heineken and Mastercard. He told Sun Online: “When I broke my ankle, it was a huge wake-up call. “It turned out my liver had taken a pounding over the years. “It was easy in the music industry to stay out until 3am and fall out of Soho House or a club. “Doctors told me sort it out – or it could become irreversible damage. So I totally quit drinking for several months.” Quitting the pints and cocktails led Jack to set up alcohol-free spirits brand Stryyk with pal Alex Carlton, 42. Stryyk’s rum alternative does well in taste tests The gin alternative is also well received by taste testers ‘REIGN IT IN A BIT’ Their drinks Not Gin, Not Rum and Not Vodka have already proved a hit in trendy bars, and are selling well on Ocado and Amazon. And earlier this month their firm received a major boost when the soft drinks firm behind Irn-Bru invested a cool £1million in a 20% minority stake in Stryyk. AG Barr also signed up to be the exclusive UK distributor for the brand. Jack, of Kensal Rise, Central London, added: “We’re not anti-drinking, we’re just trying to find a balance. “Our customers still want to party. They just want to reign it in a bit. “We wanted to make zero-proof spirits for everyone – people who have a vodka and tonic one week could simply swap for a non-alcoholic variety next week. “The blind taste tests with our new drinks have been incredible. A majority of people say ours are better than the real thing.” ‘YOUNG PEOPLE TURNING THEIR BACKS ON BOOZE’ Recent surveys found more people are turning to low and non-alcoholic drinks when on a night out or at home. UK sales of low and alcohol-free beers jumped 28% in the year to February. This sales growth is replicated in Germany, where as many as one in 15 beers sold is now estimated to be alcohol-free. Meanwhile, in Spain, which is the world’s largest consumer of alcohol-free beer – overwhelmingly in the form of ice-cold lagers – they account for 14% of all sales. Jack worked with acts including Pete Tong – but it all went Pete Tong Paul Oakenfold was among the artists Jack promoted [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] A University College London study suggested young people are turning their backs on booze. Researchers found almost a third of 16-to-24 year olds in 2015 said they didn’t drink, compared with around one in five in 2005. The proportion of “lifetime abstainers” rose from nine to 17 per cent in the same period. [bc_video video_id=”5849365628001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Sober Up is a new detox shot which claims to support liver health and prevent hangovers “] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
27 Jun 19
The Sun
A MUSIC executive whose non-stop party lifestyle caused serious liver damage has given up his career to launch zero-alcohol spirits. Booze-lover Jack Horner, 43, spent 20 years touring the world and putting on events with superstar DJs including Paul Oakenfold and Pete Tong. The father-of-two said breaking his ankle proved to be a “huge wake-up call,” as he discovered that he was suffering from serious liver damage. But raving at hundreds of hedonistic festivals took its toll on the father-of-two’s health. After falling and breaking his ankle in Ibiza a medical check-up revealed his liver was “battered.” Jack worked at Warner Music before founding a music creative agency and leading campaigns for Coca Cola, Jägermeister, Heineken and Mastercard. He told Sun Online: “When I broke my ankle, it was a huge wake-up call. “It turned out my liver had taken a pounding over the years. “It was easy in the music industry to stay out until 3am and fall out of Soho House or a club. “Doctors told me sort it out – or it could become irreversible damage. So I totally quit drinking for several months.” Quitting the pints and cocktails led Jack to set up alcohol-free spirits brand Stryyk with pal Alex Carlton, 42. Stryyk’s rum alternative does well in taste tests The gin alternative is also well received by taste testers ‘REIGN IT IN A BIT’ Their drinks Not Gin, Not Rum and Not Vodka have already proved a hit in trendy bars, and are selling well on Ocado and Amazon. And earlier this month their firm received a major boost when the soft drinks firm behind Irn-Bru invested a cool £1million in a 20% minority stake in Stryyk. AG Barr also signed up to be the exclusive UK distributor for the brand. Jack, of Kensal Rise, Central London, added: “We’re not anti-drinking, we’re just trying to find a balance. “Our customers still want to party. They just want to reign it in a bit. “We wanted to make zero-proof spirits for everyone – people who have a vodka and tonic one week could simply swap for a non-alcoholic variety next week. “The blind taste tests with our new drinks have been incredible. A majority of people say ours are better than the real thing.” ‘YOUNG PEOPLE TURNING THEIR BACKS ON BOOZE’ Recent surveys found more people are turning to low and non-alcoholic drinks when on a night out or at home. UK sales of low and alcohol-free beers jumped 28% in the year to February. This sales growth is replicated in Germany, where as many as one in 15 beers sold is now estimated to be alcohol-free. Meanwhile, in Spain, which is the world’s largest consumer of alcohol-free beer – overwhelmingly in the form of ice-cold lagers – they account for 14% of all sales. Jack worked with acts including Pete Tong – but it all went Pete Tong Paul Oakenfold was among the artists Jack promoted [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN TV AND SHOWBIZ” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] A University College London study suggested young people are turning their backs on booze. Researchers found almost a third of 16-to-24 year olds in 2015 said they didn’t drink, compared with around one in five in 2005. The proportion of “lifetime abstainers” rose from nine to 17 per cent in the same period. [bc_video video_id=”5849365628001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Sober Up is a new detox shot which claims to support liver health and prevent hangovers “] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
27 Jun 19
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Company: BRAU UNION ÖSTERREICH
Location: Linz, OÖ

27 Jun 19
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Company: BRAU UNION
Location: Linz, OÖ

27 Jun 19
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Company: BRAU UNION ÖSTERREICH
Location: Linz, OÖ

27 Jun 19
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Company: BRAU UNION
Location: Linz, OÖ

26 Jun 19
chefvtropepe

  Ingredients Batter: 3 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 4 teaspoons baking powder 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon ground allspice 1 pinch salt 1 egg 1 cup milk 1/3 cup beer (such as Heineken(R)) 1 3/4 cups brown sugar 1/2 cup melted butter 1 teaspoon browning sauce 1 teaspoon vanilla extract […]

26 Jun 19
off-road to nowhere

Wednesday 26 June 2019: Rest day in Amsterdam (Netherlands), (0 kms, cum 537 kms) Why I hate tours but love beer … We woke up early this morning to catch the #2 tram to Central Station. At the station I bought a pizza bread and Els & Franna had a croissant with our cappuccinos. We […]

26 Jun 19
Chriso's Blog

The 2019 Chinese Grand Prix (formally known as the Formula 1 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix 2019) was a Formula One motor race that took place on 14 April 2019 at the Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai, China. The race was the third round of the 2019 Formula One World Championship, and marked the sixteenth time that the Chinese Grand Prix had been run […]

26 Jun 19
Emily travelling

Budapest (Buda), is commonly known for its thermal baths, but from my experience Buda has plenty more on offer, you just have to go and find it. My trip to Budapest was mid-February time, so I was expecting some rather chilly weather, equipped with hats, gloves and scarfs my travel companions and I felt very […]

26 Jun 19
Nachrichten Welt

Sie haben den Eindruck, sich das Leben in Paris zu verderben? Sie möchten Ihre Brieftasche leeren, sobald Sie in ein Restaurant oder eine Bar in Paris gehen? Und doch sind viele Städte auf der ganzen Welt viel teurer. Dies zeigt die 25. internationale Umfrage zu den Lebenshaltungskosten von Expatriates durch das auf Personalberatung spezialisierte Unternehmen […]