It is interesting how whisky distilling has changed, from the days of illicit stills in remote caves to the big pot and column stills of today. Yet the central process, separating alcohol from water, remains the same.
Police have warned Dundee and Aberdeen fans not to arrive for Saturday's Scottish Premiership clash drunk.
Scottish Government urged to delay liquor licence renewals after official advice branded ‘utterly inadequate’
A leading expert has urged the Scottish Government to delay a looming renewal of personal liquor licences or risk throwing the industry into "complete meltdown".
We’ve all been there, you’ve had one too many drinks and done something a little bit silly … but these confessions take the biscuit.
Licensing bodies move to ‘crisis planning’ as liquor permit deadline looms without advice from Scottish Government
Licensing bodies have moved to "crisis planning" over a looming deadline to renew liquor permits which could leave thousands of Tayside firms in chaos, according to a leading trade expert.
A charity has called for a Government review of how alcohol marketing is regulated, claiming the current watchdog is inconsistent and operates without scrutiny.
The Brits are known for our inventive ways of crow-barring booze into every occasion, but this guy takes the biscuit.
Drug policy is a verb which declines like this – I’m just having fun, you should just say no – but we all want to just get off our faces. It is individual sanctimony versus the human urge to get out of it.
The cost of cheap, strong alcohol is set to rise in Wales after the National Assembly passed a new law introducing a minimum price.
Booze aisles in supermarkets in World Cup host city Volgograd have been blocked off as England fans descended on the centre in large numbers.