Wednesday, October 16, 2019
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Crafting a Fierce selection of beers

Catering to all tastes is at the heart of brewer’s capital bar

Capitalise on craft beer

The right line-up can offer something for everyone

Going back to where it all began

Innis & Gunn turns its focus to the beer which kickstarted the brewer’s brand

Hallowed be thy beer

Inspired by Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Iron Maiden’s Eddie dons a traditional Dia de los Muertos appearance on Trooper’s label throughout October and November

New beer blooms from eco-conscious brewer

Craft brewer Drygate has launched what’s said to be Europe’s first ‘reforestation’ beer

Brewer doesn’t hawd its Wheesht

Veteren Scottish brewery Harviestoun has launched what is said to be Scotland’s first alcohol-free dark ale
Innis & Gunn the original beer

Original move

Innis & Gunn’s flagship beer is being promoted over the coming months with its biggest ever marketing campaign.
St Andrews core beer

Distribution deal for craft brewery

St Andrews Brewing Company’s new core range of beers is now available to order through Matthew Clark, after the brewer appointed the C&C Group-owned wholesaler as its distributor in Scotland.
michelob beer

Light lager crosses the pond

The heightened demand for lower calorie and lower strength beer is said to be behind Budweiser Brewing Group’s decision to launch Michelob Ultra into the UK on-trade.

Capitalise on Caledonia brews

The quality of Scottish beer can pull in punters, brewers say .

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