Whisky

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has turned down calls to reconsider a significant increase in tax on Scotch whisky, which has the industry reeling. The tax hike, a 10% rise in duty set to take effect in August, has been characterised by the industry as a "historic blow". During a meeting in London on Mon

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A planning application for a new whisky storage warehouse scheme at Bandeath Industrial Estate, Throsk, has been submitted to Stirling Council by Ian Macleod Distillers (IMD).

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A continuing surge in contracts within the booming Scotch whisky industry has led specialist process engineers and sustainability experts, Briggs of Burton, to open a new Scottish hub. Since 2010, when Briggs of Burton completed its first Scottish project with Loch Lomond Distillery, the company has

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Whisky casks continue to outperform traditional and alternative investments, including gold, according to Braeburn Whisky's 2022 Whisky Cask Market Report. The report's BC20 Whisky Cask Index observed an average projected growth of 14.95% for whisky casks, a 1.7% increase from 2021. Laphroaig, Staoi

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A new Orkney whisky venture has revealed construction plans for an £800,000 distillery, the first to open on the Orkney mainland in 138 years. Run by husband and wife, Stuart and Adelle Brown, Deerness Distillery is already producing a number of Orkney-inspired spirits — includ

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Stills have been installed at Port of Leith Distillery, marking a milestone in whisky making at the UK’s first vertical distillery as it prepares to open in summer 2023.

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The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has slammed the decision by the Chancellor to raise duty on Scotch Whisky by 10.1%, in one of the largest tax hikes in recent decades, and further increase the competitive disadvantage faced by spirits. In the budget, the Chancellor increased duty across all four

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Inverness’ first distillery in 130 years has officially opened, reconnecting the highland capital with its proud but lost whisky and brewing history. The £7.5 million Uile-bheist distillery and brewery on River Ness, powered by a low carbon sustainability centre on site, is expected to a

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