Last year saw the value of Scotch whisky exports drop by up to 39% in half of its 20 top markets, contributing to an overall 7% decline in 2014.
The team behind a new Scotch whisky-based cream liqueur believes its product has the potential to enjoy similar growth to that enjoyed by recent upmarket additions to the premium gin and vodka categories.
A Scotch whisky distillery has put its first barrel of whisky produced in nearly a century on the market for £1 million.
Students starting at St Andrews University from September will have the option of taking up an “alcohol-free” room.
Diageo has put its Gleneagles Hotel complex on the market with an expected price tag of more than £200 million.
The UK government has no plans to lower the drink drive limit in England following changes to the law in Scotland, says roads minister Robert Goodwill MP.
Scottish brewer BrewDog has launched a global import and export division, announcing an exclusive supply deal with US craft brewer Stone Brewing Co.
Sales of low-alcohol beer in Scotland have risen dramatically following the introduction of lower drink-driving limits in the country, according to retailers.
A new “boutique” gin brand, Daffy’s, has launched in the UK, using its unique blend of botanicals – including Lebanese mint – as a way to stand out.
Approval has been granted to a Scottish beer maker to build what is thought will be the country’s first sake brewery on the site of a former primary school.
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