It started out as a small microbrewery on an industrial estate in Fraserburgh, but now the global phenomenon that is BrewDog is expanding with a brand new pub - and up to 15 jobs - planned in the heart of Inverness.
A brewing giant's bid to sell alcohol at a north-east cafe has faced a backlash from local residents.
Several Aberdeen bars have been granted permission to open until 3am under a controversial new city licensing policy.
Peterhead town centre may have had a bad start to the year in 2018 with the closure of the bingo hall on Marischal Street.
Almost half of the bars claiming to back a pioneering safety campaign are failing to protect their customers from unwanted advances, a Press and Journal investigation has revealed.
Craft beer firm Brewdog will open their third Aberdeen bar today.
Ellon-based brewery BrewDog has launched the world's first craft beer airline.
Plans to convert a former north-east pub into a BrewDog bar and restaurant have been given the green light.
A popular Aberdeen city centre restaurant and art gallery has closed its doors for good.
A business group last night toasted the expected arrival of Brewdog in Peterhead as a “sign of confidence” in the town centre.
BrewDog has been given permission to expand one of its north-east sites.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to nose wine, identify different flavours in beer or be able to impress your friends by showing off a knowledge of Scottish gins, then Taste of Grampian is the place you want to be.
North and north-east businesses are well-represented in an annual celebration of some of the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK.
Scots have been taking sides online this afternoon after two of the nation's premier beer companies engaged in a Twitter spat.
An Aberdeenshire brewing giant has come under fire in Asia for launching a beer called Kamikaze that features a picture of the Japanese Rising Sun.
Ellon based BrewDog has announced its plans to open a craft beer hotel in Aberdeenshire.
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.
There were top honours for three north-east firms at the second annual Scottish Beer Awards in Edinburgh.
London Stock Exchange (LSE)’s new 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain report celebrates the achievements of 25 Scottish firms and more than half of them are in the north and north-east.
Four businesses from the north and north-east have made it onto the latest list of the UK's top 200 private firms for international sales growth.
BrewDog has been accused of "outrageous" treatment of disabled drinkers after it removed an accessible toilet from a flagship pub.
A recycling centre is to close its doors to make way for the expansion of a north-east brewing giant.
An American private equity firm has swallowed a 22% stake in BrewDog for £213million - valuing the Ellon-based company at £1billion.
A north-east council chief says he is "disappointed" Brewdog broke the confidentiality of ongoing talks about a multimillion-pound hotel and distillery development.
More than half of the Scottish firms in a league table of the UK’s top 100 fastest-growing mid-sized companies are based in the north.
Aberdeenshire Council has agreed to move its recycling facility in Ellon to make way for the expansion of a popular north-east brewery.
A north-east craft beer company is to open a second bar in Aberdeen.
Plans have been tabled for a microbrewery in a north-east town.
Local craft beer company BrewDog has unveiled plans to expand its operation on the site of an Aberdeenshire Council-run recycling centre.
The UK now has more breweries per head than any other country in the world – partly due to the craft beer revolutionin the north and north-east of Scotland.