Thirsk Teacher, 21, Becomes Youngest Solo Female To Row Atlantic

Twenty-one-year-old Jasmine Harrison says the "amazing" row was "everything I wanted it to be".


Scotch: ‘leveraging Your Passion’

The whisky industry has been forced pivot to home consumption, promoting Scotch through retail and online sales.

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Images Of New Edinburgh Whisky Visitor Attraction Unveiled

Johnnie Walker Princes Street, in the former House of Fraser building in Edinburgh, is due to open in the summer of 2021.


Welsh Whisky Pgi Status? Maybe Next Christmas

Could whisky made in Wales soon get its own protected status?

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Covid Pub Rules ‘killing Christmas Not Saving It’

England's hospitality sector warns post-lockdown restrictions risk putting firms out of business.


Guinness Recalls Alcohol-free Beer Just Two Weeks After Launch

The firm has recalled cans of its non-alcoholic stout just two weeks after they were launched.


Lockdown: ‘we Will Have To Throw Our Beer Down The Drain’

Pubs express dismay at latest lockdown amid fears of more job cuts and permanent closures.


Covid: South Yorkshire Pub Managers Fear Business And Home Loss

Customer numbers have "fallen through the floor" since South Yorkshire went into tier three, an MP says.

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Opening Bedford’s New £14m Brewery In Lockdown Is ‘right Thing To Do’

A family create their third brewery in the town where they started making beer in 1876.


‘you Have To Protect The Grapes From Getting Sunburn’

Winemakers around the world say that climate change's impact is increasing.

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