Beer remains Britain’s most popular alcoholic drink after 8.5 billion pints were sold in 2018.
A photo of England and Australia’s Ashes squads sharing a beer after the conclusion of the 2019 series has delighted fans on social media.
Dundonians said cheers as it was revealed the city is the cheapest of Scotland’s four biggest cities to buy a pint.
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Perth’s ninth annual beer festival will kick off on Friday May 10 with a special game of rugby.
A number of local brewers are gearing up for a craft beer festival which will return to the city later this year.
Dundee’s pubs are preparing for a boost as a major conference taking place in the city is expected to pull in beer-lovers from across the UK.
Dundee craft brewery 71 Brewing will compete in a test of brewing skills at the Craft Beer Experience in Edinburgh next month.
BrewDog has announced an international ‘Bad Beer Amnesty’ giving drinkers the opportunity to swap any mainstream lager for a pint of its new headliner beer, Lost Lager, which hits its bars today.
A strong beer called Broken Dream Breakfast Stout has won a prestigious award after being described as “dangerously drinkable”.
The number of pubs closing every week has remained at around 18 amid evidence that more people are choosing to drink at home, according to a new report.
Lager drinkers in Dundee will be able to raise a glass to the city when they enjoy a tipple.
St Andrews Brewing Company will launch a crowdfunding campaign to pay for its new pub in Dundee and brewery expansion plans.
Dundonians will get the chance to sample the first batch of Ballingall’s beer to be brewed in the city since 1968 when it goes on sale at WestFest on Sunday.
Space tourism is gaining momentum in the industry with aerospace firms such as Virgin Galactic and Blue Origins planning to send people into orbit.
A locally produced beer is continuing to prove to be a good news story for the charity it was named after.
Beer drinkers are getting an unlikely lesson in local history in the shadow of the White House.
Scientists have used a gene-editing tool to create brewer’s yeast which imparts the flavour of hops without using the plant itself.
Dundee’s 71 Brewing has launched new public tours of the company’s Blackness premises.
This year’s Perth Beer Festival, which combines craft beers, music and rugby, will be held on the North Inch on Saturday May 12.