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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...

The only way is Essex for CAMRA

Mighty Oak named Champion Beer of Britain at last week's Earl's Court festival AN Essex ale was last week named the UK's finest by the...
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Perth brewer signs for football club

Inveralmond ramps up support for St Johnstone through commercial deal PERTH-based Inveralmond Brewery is backing its local team again through a new commercial support deal...

Hoppy birthday to brew

THE Scottish Borders Brewery reached a landmark on its first anniversary earlier this month with the production of its 250,000th pint. The ‘plough to pint’...
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Big brand ales important to trade

WITH craft beer continuing to hog the headlines it’s easy to forget that the more mainstream keg brands continue to account for the vast majority of on-trade ale volumes.

Consumers take cover with new promotion

THE firm behind Lambrini Cider is giving consumers the chance to claim a branded umbrella as part of a new autumn marketing campaign for...

Niche grows presence in the middle ground

As micros expand and new breweries are established, cask and craft ale continue to be a source of optimism for the pub trade in...

CAMRA keeps heat on ministers over duty

Mass lobby staged at Westminster as fight for beer tax review continues MORE than a thousand publicans, brewers and beer drinkers were due to descend...

McEwan’s back on the box

FAMOUS Scottish ale McEwan’s has returned to television screens in the latest stage of its ‘Aye!’ campaign. The campaign, launched last year, celebrates the...

Scots pubs invited to share Arran vision

THE Isle of Arran Brewery is about to launch a public share offering. An initial offering next month will aim to raise £3.75 million by...