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  1. SCOTTISH BEER AWARDS CELEBRATES SELL OUT SUCCESS

    SCOTTISH BEER AWARDS CELEBRATES SELL OUT SUCCESS

    Posted on 21st September 2016

    The first ever Scottish Beer Awards sponsored by ALDI takes place on Thursday 29 September 2016 at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange and has now sold out. Almost 300 representatives from Scotland’s booming brewing sector are booked to attend. In addition to support from ALDI, The Scottish Beer Awards are also supported by the Craft Beer Clan of Scotland, Ross ...

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  2. ALDI TOASTS SCOTTISH BREWERS WITH NEW SPONSORSHIP DEAL

    ALDI TOASTS SCOTTISH BREWERS WITH NEW SPONSORSHIP DEAL

    Posted on 21st July 2016

    Scotland’s first annual competition which celebrates Scotland’s booming beer business has secured a headline sponsorship deal with one of the UK’s fastest growing supermarket chains. The Scottish Beer Awards will be sponsored by Aldi in Scotland in a new two year deal to support and promote the competition alongside the supermarket’s own highly successful in ...

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  3. FINALISTS ANNOUNCED IN FIRST SCOTTISH BEER AWARDS

    FINALISTS ANNOUNCED IN FIRST SCOTTISH BEER AWARDS

    Posted on 10th June 2016

    The finalists in the first annual Scottish Beer Awards have been announced with 31 breweries and 73 beers progressing in the new national competition.   The awards cover both taste and business performance and were judged last week by a highly experienced judging panel consisting of some of Scotland’s foremost brewing and beer experts.   ...

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  4. PROTZ JOINS SCOTS IN NEW BEER COMPETITION

    PROTZ JOINS SCOTS IN NEW BEER COMPETITION

    Posted on 20th May 2016

    One of the UK’s leading beer writers has joined the quest to find the best beers brewed in Scotland in a new competition which gets underway this month. Roger Protz, editor of the annual Good Beer Guide and the author of more than 20 books on brewing, will join the judging panel in the first ...

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