An updated summary of the challenges and potential opportunities faced by the industry before, during and after Brexit.
Scotch Whisky distillers' commitment to environmental sustainability has been recognised at a leading business awards ceremony today (6 November 2009).
In a major blow to Scottish Government plans to introduce minimum prices on alcohol the European Court’s Advocate General today ruled that minimum pricing is illegal.
The Scotch Whisky Association's response to publication of the Scottish Government’s legislative programme today, which includes plans to introduce minimum pricing of alcohol.
Moves by the EU today calling for the Philippines to dismantle its longstanding tax discrimination against imported spirits have been welcomed by Scotch Whisky producers.
An agreement between the EU and Turkey, eliminating tax discrimination against Scotch Whisky, has given a major boost to Scotch Whisky’s prospects in Turkey, an important emerging market
A long fight by the Scotch Whisky Association to protect consumers from imitation ‘Scotch Whiskies’ in Italy has come to a successful end in the Italian Supreme Court.
The Association is disappointed by the Canadian Supreme Court’s decision refusing leave to appeal.
Over five hundred years of Scotland’s national drink will be brought alive this May and June with a landmark exhibition telling the story of Scotch Whisky through archive treasures held in the vaults of both the National Archives of Scotland and private industry collections.
Scotch Whisky companies have pledged to cut their use of fossil fuels by 80 per cent by 2050, under the first industry-wide environmental strategy, published today (Wednesday 3 June).
The Scotch Whisky industry is committed to delivering long term economic, environmental and social sustainability. The implementation of an industry-wide Environmental Strategy is key to achieving this objective.