Whisky, wine and beer-producing nations are all going head-to-head this week, as we round up our drinks pairing tips for watching the Rugby World Cup action.
Scotch whisky needs to adopt a more innovative approach if it is to fight off competition from rival categories in the vital US market.
A company that has been making the world’s first biofuel from the byproducts of the Scotch whisky industry has been awarded £11 million from the UK Department for Transport.
The European Court of Justice has said Scotland’s plans for minimum unit pricing could break the EU’s rules on free trade.
Work has begun on the new distillery at The Glenlivet which will “significantly” increase capacity for the single malt.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has reached its £3 million “BeerBond” investment target to help build a new brewery.
The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery has unveiled a major new visitor attraction: two kittens who have been employed as the site’s “Official Mousers”.
A Scottish distillery has produced what it claims is the country’s first single estate gin, based on local ingredients in a “farm-to-bottle” approach.
To celebrate 150 years of ownership of Glenfarclas, the fifth and sixth generations of the Grant family have launched a new Family Reserve bottling.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has begun a trade mission to China by unveiling a £3 million fund to help the country’s whisky fans invest in rare bottlings.
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