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.
A blog from our CEO following her recent visit to Japan as part of the Prime Minister's business/international trade delegation.
An evaluation of Carers of West Dunbartonshire’s two year SEARCH Project (Support and Education for Alcohol Related Challenges in the Home) which launched in February 2015.
A snapshot of the 1.7 million visits to Scotch Whisky distilleries in 2016.
The second edition of the SWA Cereals Technical Note. This publication aims to help achieve a common understanding of the importance and use of cereals within the industry.
The SWA looks forward to working with the new UK Government and MPs from every part of the United Kingdom and from all parties to ensure that the Scotch Whisky industry can deliver jobs and growth in the years ahead.
An updated summary of the challenges and potential opportunities faced by the industry before, during and after Brexit.
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