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.
A man who was charged £55,000 for a single ale believes he drank “the most expensive beer in history”.
Rock, jazz, swing, soul – and even ukuleles – will provide the soundtrack to Scotland’s biggest summer beer festival.
Organisers of a north-east beer festival will be buying more than a few rounds for local charities.
The entrepreneurial team behind revolutionary new technology aimed at speeding up the time it takes to grab a beer at major events are launching a fresh fundraising drive.
For 16 years, the Wick branch of Wetherspoons has lauded the achievements of a son of the parish who became a renowned 19th century inventor.
The organisers of a popular north-east beer festival have revealed the details of the 10th anniversary event.
A north-east man has been fined after throwing a beer can at his then-girlfriend's head as she was getting onto her motorbike.
A group of three friends in Aberdeen are preparing to raise a glass for improved mental health awareness with a special not-for-profit beer designed to generate cash for good causes.
Scottish beer drinkers have been asked to raise a glass to their local breweries this Christmas as a new strategy is launched to grow the sector into a £30billion a year industry.
The pub industry in the north of Scotland could take a hit if beer duty is raised in the Autumn Budget as expected next week.
There was fun in the sun in Stonehaven yesterday as the first kegs were tapped for another year of one of Scotland’s biggest beer festivals.
Two Aberdeen entrepreneurs have secured £300,000 funding to further develop their invention for pouring a perfect pint in seconds.
The man behind an Aberdeenshire beer festival has donated thousands of pounds towards training guide dogs as a tribute to his late mother.
While it’s whisky that everyone associates with Scotland, another amber liquid, beer, has also been popular for a long time.
Scots have been taking sides online this afternoon after two of the nation's premier beer companies engaged in a Twitter spat.
BrewDog customers in the Highlands and Moray are being charged nearly double for their deliveries compared to those in the south of England - despite being hundreds of miles closer to the company’s Aberdeenshire base.
An Aberdeen rugby club will host a special fundraising beer festival this weekend as part of efforts to counteract the economic challenges brought on by the downturn in the north-east oil and gas industry.
Beer enthusiasts danced to brass band covers of some classic pop songs during an Oktoberfest-inspired celebration at the weekend.
It may be the middle of winter, but one of Aberdeenshire's most popular summer beer festivals has just announced it is returning in 2017.
Brewing has always been a science – getting the measures right, working through all the different stages that turn the ingredients into delicious booze.
Thousands turned up for a burgeoning annual Aberdeenshire knees-up at the weekend as it experienced its "biggest ever" year.
The Aberdeenshire brothers behind some of the most popular beer festivals in the area have added another event to the region's calendar.
The Aberdeenshire brothers at the helm of one of the region's most popular new festivals have donated almost £1,500 to victims of the recent floods.
The organisers of a Moray beer festival have ordered up a second round of entertainment after last year's celebrations brought the spirit of Germany's Oktoberfest to the area.
The north-east’s biggest and most popular beer festival is spreading some winter cheer by announcing the dates for its return to Stonehaven next summer.
The two Aberdeenshire brothers behind a popular new drinks festival will give a portion of their profits to local flood victims.
The spirit of the German beer hall will flow in Moray next month, with ale enthusiasts flocking to sample dozens of local brews in the name of charity.
Today (August 7) is International Beer Day.
Around 3,500 beer-lovers are expected to flock to the second year of an Aberdeenshire drinks festival next month.
One of the UK's main maltsters has warned of a slow down in deliveries to the brewing and whisky sectors this year.