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Whyte & Mackay has opened the “world’s first” bar located 45m high on top of an industrial crane complete with bar stools, pub snacks and a barman.
Diageo has announced plans to build a new $115m distillery in Kentucky with a production capacity of 1.8 million gallons.
A five second video encapsulating the spirit of your favourite city could win you and a friend a trip around the world, following the launch of an Instagram competition by Scotch whisky brand Label 5.
From bloggers and event organisers to distributors and distillers there are plenty of women doing their bit to shake up the typically perceived male dominated world of whisky.
The UK is home to a bevy of millionaires, and billionaires, who have made their wealth from the drinks trade as the recently published Sunday Times Rich List 2014 proves.
Teeling has released two expressions from its Vintage Reserve collection including a 30-year-old which it claims is the world’s oldest single malt Irish whiskey.
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