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Drinks categories to keep an eye on

A look at some of the products that should be making a mark in 2018 …

Beer continues to reign in Scotland’s pubs

BEER remains the big beast of Scottish bars, with annual sales of over £887 million, according to CGA Strategy. …

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 a stronger year …

An on-trade heavy hitter

Rum remains a staple of many back-bars FROM the tried and tested ‘rum and Coke’ to cocktail staples like the Daiquiri, Mai Tai and Mojito, rum has long …

Draught beer is a broadening church

Some things change, some stay the same – and while the face of beer may have morphed in recent years, from the rise of craft beer to the resurgence of ale, …

The spirit of a new generation

Sales of whisky and imported whiskey in the Scottish on-trade are continuing to increase – and producers have credited a new generation of consumers with …

Spiced and gold at heart of rum boost

Sub-categories the driving force behind growth, report says THE rum category is on the rise, with young drinkers in Scotland and the north of England driving …

Keep cider in range, drinks firms say

Operators advised to choose carefully if fridge space is limited An explosion of new fruit flavours and products in recent years has given operators no …

The spirit that keeps on giving

Flavoured variants keeps vodka category moving forward VODKA’S dominance of the spirits scene could scarcely be more complete. CGA Strategy recently …

Scotch is back off the rocks

Until the global recession started to check growth, the story of whisky over the last decade has all been about explosive growth in export markets. But while …

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