The SWA responds to the Supreme Court judgment on MUP of alcohol.
SWA's Morag Garden blogs on the annual VIBES awards, which recognise and reward businesses that contribute to Scotland's sustainable environment.
Cutting tax on Scotch Whisky in the Budget will give Chancellor Philip Hammond an extra £200 million to spend over the next five years, according to new analysis of the UK spirits market.
More than two thirds of Scots want the Chancellor to cut sky-high duty rates on whisky in this month’s Budget, new polling has revealed.
Scotch Whisky exports increased in value by 3.4% in the first half of the year to £1.8 billion, boosted by the continuing growth in popularity of Single Malts across the globe, including the USA, the industry’s largest market.
In the final blog of his Brexit series, Martin Bell focuses on the WTO and the UK's future role within the organisation.
The SWA is calling on the UK Government to 'drop the dram duty' as UK sales of Scotch fall after tax hike in spring Budget.
Martin Bell's penultimate blog in his Brexit series, focuses on european and international law in the context of trade and tarriffs.
The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) which comes into force today (21 September) is welcomed by industry, and will benefit Scotch Whisky exports.
Scotch Whisky distilleries achieved a record number of visits last year and more sites than ever are opening their doors to showcase the skill and craftsmanship of this iconic industry.