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.
A “very drunk” man in Dundee had to be rescued by police after riding a space hopper down a dual carriageway on New Year’s Day.
The organisers of a new Scottish gin and whisky festival called Nip saw a dancer at their launch event offer an unexpectedly risqué interpretation of its theme.
Construction has begun on a £100 million distillery and visitor’s centre for Edrington’s The Macallan Scotch whisky.
Innis & Gunn is backing Scotland’s introduction of a lower drink drive limit with a campaign showing its lager label tweaked to read “Innis & None”.
It could be the perfect gift for the whisky-lover who has everything – a fabric that will permanently give off the scent of their favourite tipple.
Jura has released a limited edition 1984 Vintage in honour of writer George Orwell.
A super-premium Scottish potato vodka has been launched by Arbikie, Scotland’s newest “farm-to-bottle” distillery.
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