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No gluten here, just some tasty craft beer

Scottish brewer and bar group adds gluten-free and traditional IPA to its range BREWDOG, the Scottish-based brewer and bar group, has expanded its range with …

Ale award for Foresters

THE Foresters Arms in Aberdour has been named CAMRA Kingdom of Fife Pub of the Year for 2015. The pub topped the region following a period of judging which saw …

Is cask flavour of the month?

Category continues to attract new drinkers, brewers say BEER has been big in the on-trade in recent years; and while much of the focus has undoubtedly been on …

Time for a fly Speyside brew

A SPEYSIDE brewery has named its latest beer after a famous salmon fishing fly. Findhorn Killer – a red India Pale Ale from Speyside Craft Brewery in Forres …

Balance is key to Christmas ale sales

Brewers say the right range of quality product can pay off this season WITH the Christmas lights switched on in town centres across Scotland, the festive …

A sip of the season will go down well

Festive ales can bring a spike in sales in coming weeks A GOOD ale offer can pay dividends for life, not just for Christmas, but that doesn’t mean publicans …

Highland Brewing Co takes top award

Host of producers recognised in Scottish competition ORKNEY’S Highland Brewing Company has triumphed at what’s been described as Scotland’s “most …

Ale’s well in pubs

Chris Houlton, MD brewing and brands, Greene King • How would you assess the performance of the ale category in the Scottish on-trade? “CGA data shows …

No outflanking ale in the Scottish on-trade

Keg format remains strong in Scotland despite competition from craft WITH cask ale pumps and craft beer taps popping up in pubs across the Scottish trade, keg …

Craft focus in granite city

Family-owned Aberdeen bar has beer fans in its sights, as Graeme Murray reports PAUL West admits he has “beers coming out of his ears” at one of …

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