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Brewers hop to new festival

SOME of Scotland’s top craft brewers will showcase their beers at the inaugural North Hop festival in Inverness later this month. Ten producers, including …

Craft beers still on the upward swing

WITH listings in major supermarkets and national pub chains, some people might argue that craft beer has moved into the …

Defining moment for beer?

SHOULD ‘craft beer’ have an official definition? Is there a need to set clear parameters for the category or criteria for the beers which can be described …

Borders pub raises a glass to craft beer

The Cobbles named best in Scotland and Northern Ireland in CAMRA guide THE last few years have been tough for a lot of operators in the licensed trade, but one …

Craft requires careful thought

A planned approach to new beer products is key, say brewers CRAFT beer continues to prove popular with Scottish consumers, but introducing or expanding a craft …

Harviestoun marks 30th anniversary

THE Harviestoun Brewery is to celebrate its 30th anniversary with a special addition to its Ola Dubh range. Produced in partnership with the Highland Park …

Beer drinkers thirst for more

Search for new flavours boosting craft sector, microbrewers say A FOCUS on new flavours and quality ingredients is helping to drive sales of craft beers in …

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