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Saturday, September 25, 2021
Top brands 2018

Top Brands 2017: The biggest names stand their ground

The top five brands in the Scottish on-trade have held their positions

The undisputed trade champion

LAGER continues to reign supreme as the biggest seller in Scotland’s licensed premises, accounting for 28.5% of money taken in the on-trade. And brewers have...

Wine sales booming in Scottish venues

FOLLOWING an impressive set of results in the CGA figures last year, wine has kept its place as the second-biggest category in the Scottish...

From outsider to mainstream

ALE sales have remained steady in Scotland over the last year, with a value of £235 million in the country’s on-trade outlets. While there hasn’t...

Still the biggest spirit in the Scottish trade

WHILE vodka retains its position as Scotland’s fourth-biggest drinks category, and by far the biggest spirit with a market value of £225 million, vodka sales dipped by around £7m in the course of the past year.

Cider houses rule in 2017

IT was another year of impressive growth for cider, with CGA data showing sales in the Scottish on-trade increased £5 million to £139.5m in...

Lucrative liqueurs stay strong in bars

Versatile category notches up a value of £117 million in the Scottish on-trade AS one of the most varied and versatile drinks categories, speciality spirits...

Flying high in the licensed trade sky

Some drinks brands’ cups runneth over in bumper sales year WHILE this year’s CGA list saw a number of brands gaining ground, some names had...

Gin sings as the category grows

GIN is well and truly the spirit of the moment, with the category representing the biggest increase in value across all drinks categories, according...

Static sales year

WHILE many categories saw either successes or declines in the past year, Scotch whisky was fairly static.