[EDINBURGH] Scotland's whisky makers rang alarm bells on Friday over a proposed hike to a damaging 25-per cent tariff the US administration imposed as part of its trade standoff with Europe.

[TOKYO] Japan's after-work drinking scene has been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, forcing its often jam-packed "izakaya" dining bars to reinvent themselves to survive.

ZHONGMIN Baihui Retail Group on Monday said it will purchase about 36 tonnes of baijiu (Chinese distilled wine) worth 120 million yuan (S$23.6 million) from...

[NEW DELHI] Amazon.com has secured clearance to deliver alcohol in India's eastern state of West Bengal, according to a document seen by Reuters, signalling the US e-commerce giant's first foray...

CHANGI Airport on Tuesday welcomed South Korean travel retailer Lotte Duty Free as its new key liquor and tobacco concessionaire, replacing...

[SHANGHAI] Two more liquor makers have sought listings in China, riding a wave of investor enthusiasm over spirit makers which has helped push their shares to record highs.

[OSLO] Norway's government-run wine and liquor monopoly increased its sales by 44 per cent in May from the same month last year as coronavirus travel restrictions prevented the purchase of cheaper...

[BERLIN] When the coronavirus lockdown started in Germany, all Marco wanted to do was get drunk.

[TOKYO] Mamoru Tsuchiya is worried about the future of Japanese whiskey. Sales are booming, but there is a problem: A large amount of the liquor is not actually made in Japan, said Mr Tsuchiya,...

[JOHANNESBURG] South Africa's alcoholic-beverage makers are pushing the government to allow smaller bars to convert into drink-collection points when a nationwide ban on sales is lifted next week...