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Port Ellen revival promises a ‘trailblazing new light’ for Scotch Whisky 

One of the so-called ‘ghost’ distilleries that closed more than 40 years ago, the rebirth of Port Ellen is the final stage of an £185 million investment by Diageo.

Sometimes old product development beats new product development

Legendary Scottish cask ale Greenmantle is making a return to Scottish pubs nearly 45 years after it was first brewed.

Scottish motoring and whisky excellence unite for Aitken-Walker bottling

Rally driver Louise Aitken-Walker MBE's historic FIA Ladies World Rally Championship is being commemorated in a 33-year-old Single Grain Whisky.

Healthier drinking Gen!us craft beers now on tap at Cameron House

After its initial launch in The Tavern Bar, Gen!us Craft Lager and IPA will be rolled out across the resort’s other bars, restaurants and function suites.

Stout’s out, Espresso Martinis are in – Kahlúa claims St Patrick’s Day!

In a bold move to seize some prime black-and-white beverage territory, Pernod Ricard’s coffee liqueur brand Kahlúa has declared that St Patrick’s Day patrons are ‘bored of stout’

Cardhu celebrates 200 years with limited edition celebrating female pioneers

The packaging of the 200-year commemorative edition depicts Helen Cumming waving the red flag she used to signal for her neighbours to hide their illicit stills from the approaching authorities.

OurWhisky Foundation partners first auction dedicated to women in whisky

One auction item will be The Demeter Collection, named after the goddess of grain, featuring a curated selection of releases crafted and inspired by the industry's women.

Disaronno International UK takes over distribution of RyeLaw Fife Single Grain Scotch

Since Ryelaw launched in Spring 2023, InchDairnie Distillery has won the Newcomer of the Year award at the Scottish Whisky Awards, and is planning to double capacity.

Stella Artois invites consumers to power its ‘Perfect Serve’ campaign

Budweiser Brewing Group is incentivising consumers to take part by offering cash back on the price of their pint and a prize draw for a pair of Wimbledon tickets

Hendrick’s launches Grand Cabaret – ‘decadent gin for free-spirited souls’

Hendrick’s master distiller, Lesley Gracie, was inspired by a stone fruit ‘eau de vie’ that was served with a dash of gin and scented with rose at fashionable Parisian parties in the early 1900s.


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