Saturday, January 16, 2021

Hotel lets fly with real ale festival

A HOTEL and restaurant in East Lothian is to host its first real ale festival later this month. The owners of Ducks in Aberlady said...

Brewery’s first craft lager

KEITH-based brewery Brewmeister will launch its first craft lager later this month. The company, which launched in 2012, will officially introduce the lager on September...

Time to celebrate ales’ heritage

MCEWAN’S is urging consumers to get involved in a new social media campaign which aims to celebrate the heritage of its beers. The...

Craft keg ales put the fizz in on-trade sales

GROUND-breaking keg systems such as Dutch beer-in-a-bag invention Keykeg are said to be opening up new options for operators when it comes to ale. Brewers...

Ale evolution is turning the tide

Broadening consumer tastes bring opportunities, firms say THE ale category has been a hive of activity in recent years with new faces and perhaps even...

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...

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.

Deuchars kicks off new rugby deal

CALEDONIAN Brewery, the firm behind Deuchars IPA, has agreed a four-year rugby league sponsorship deal which will see the National League in Scotland renamed...

New ale range from McEwan’s

IPA joined by off-trade variants for McEwan’s cask launch MCEWAN’S Beer Company, a division of Wells & Young’s, has expanded its portfolio with the introduction...

Ale to aid Lancaster Bomber’s Atlantic crossing

THWAITES, the brewery behind Lancaster Bomber Ale, will help put the real thing in the air this summer. The brewery has been unveiled as the...