DRAM’s Top 6 – 6th July

DRAM’s Top 6 stories from the drinks industry over the last few days.

Bruichladdich Distillery has been given the go ahead to build six maturation houses on Islay which will double the amount of whisky the distillery can produce.

MP’s and MSP’s call for scotch malt whisky region, Speyside, to become Scotland’s seventh world heritage site.

The creators of Buckfast have employed the help of Michelin starred chef  Martin Blunos to create gourmet dishes using the tonic wine.

Stewart’s Fine Old Demerara Rum is due to be back in production within a few weeks after bottling issues drove consumers to panic buy the popular dark rum.

Beer Sommelier of the year, Jane Peyton, discusses why beer is better than wine for food pairing and how witch-hunting and beer brewing have certain similarities.

And finally… Tennent’s strike again with the Good Count of Translatia- the latest addition to the Wellpark cartoon series.

Click on the links to read more…

1. Bruichladdich Distillery to double production thanks to planning permission approval

2. Speyside could become Scotland’s seventh world heritage site

3. Michelin star chef to create recipes using Buckfast

4 Beer sommelier, Jane Peyton, talks about why beer is better than wine for food and drink pairing

5. Shetland residents rejoice at news of Stewart’s Fine Old Demerara Rum production

6. Wellpark’s Count of Translatia comes to Scotland

 

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