Saturday, August 24, 2019
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Understanding changing tastes

Appealing to a health conscious youth .

Mini rosé should keep sales sweet

Wine brand Barefoot has launched its White Zinfandel rosé in a mini 187ml format .

A corker of a summer ahead

Fruity, lighter wines are in good shape .

Borders in high spirits

Borders Distillery has been quick to expand its portfolio with the launch of a new barley-to-bottle gin that aims to tap in to the spirit’s soaring popularity

Oldest Scottish distillery is sold

The Glenturret distillery has produced Scotch whisky for more than 240 years

Sober as a sailor

Suffolk-based brewery Adnams has its eyes on the low and no alcohol opportunity, launching a dealcoholised version of its flagship brew Ghost Ship

Low ABV beer on the way up

Scots cutting alcohol, says Carlsberg

Reducing calories not taste

Cranes Drinks has released a range of naturally light ciders that allow consumers to enjoy everything they would expect from a cider, but in a more waistband-friendly format

Budweiser goes green

Budweiser announces that its UK operations will now use 100% renewable electricity

A bit of help for crafty retailers

Costcutter is pushing its craft range

Mexcellent to drink at home

While shoppers may be stepping out on the town less, they are willing to travel further with their beer choices, creating a great opportunity for world beer brands

Small bottle but big sales

Disputing the wisdom that ‘bigger is better’, demand for alcohol miniatures has been rising steadily in recent years

Full flavour, no alcohol

With younger generations drinking less alcohol, research has found that consumers are now opting to drink non-alcoholic drinks at the beginning of a night out

Glen’s expands with flavours

Major NPD for stalwart Scottish spirit

Single malts are coming

Diageo has launched a new limited edition Johnnie Walker blend inspired by Game of Thrones

Stocking up wood be wise

A Perthshire-based distillery has launched what it claims is the first ever spirit made from botanicals sourced in local woodlands