Tennents will be raising a glass to Aberdeen residents by buying them a pint.
Police, alcohol campaigners and doctors have expressed concerns about pubs reopening on Saturday while the NHS is still dealing with the coronavirus crisis.
Beer sales have slumped to the lowest level on record, sparking fresh calls for Government help to “get Britain brewing again”.
Researchers from Aberdeen University have helped to identify a link between alcohol abuse and anxiety in men.
Shopkeepers at smaller stores have seen a varied response to 50p minimum unit pricing but believe it allows them to compete with bigger supermarkets, a study into the impact of the policy has found.
A Scottish events organiser and a wine merchant tell us why online tastings have proven to be a corker during lockdown.
Janet Devlin has revealed she battled with alcoholism while still a teenager after appearing on The X Factor.
The Scottish Government has ruled out changing licensing laws to allow people to buy alcohol earlier in the day during the coronavirus outbreak.
A study into the impact of minimum pricing for alcohol has been unable to establish whether it has changed the dangerous drinking habits of parents.
Drinkers should limit their alcohol consumption amid concerns about a rise in booze and drug-fuelled domestic violence since lockdown measures were introduced, the European director of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said.
People are more likely to choose a non-alcoholic beverage if there is a greater selection on offer than drinks containing alcohol, research suggests.
Discussions are taking place in the Scottish Government about a possible relaxation of alcohol licensing restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak.
Drinkers in Scotland have changed their alcohol consumption in equal measure during the lockdown, with an estimated one million people drinking more often and the same number cutting down or stopping completely.
Heavy drinking into older age adds up to 4cm (1.6in) to the waistline, new research suggests.
An Aberdeen man has admitted stealing more than £400 of alcohol from a supermarket.
A roadshow which aims to encourage residents to think twice about their drinking habits will visit Aberdeen today.
Smoking and drinking on a daily basis may lead to a “modest increase” in brain age, new research suggests.
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy leads to poorer cognitive functioning in children, according to scientists.
A north-east health board has backed a national drive to make people aware of units of alcohol.
Police have launched an operation aimed at keeping people safe on Christmas nights out - with officers urging people to "stay with friends or people you know".
Humanity’s ancestors may have been saved from extinction because they developed the ability to digest alcohol, scientists claim.
One dose of ketamine could help heavy drinkers cut their alcohol intake, a study has suggested.
Alcohol-producing microbes that live in the gut may cause liver damage – even in people who do not drink, research suggests.
Health chiefs in Aberdeen have created a series of hard-hitting videos in a bid to reduce the number of north-east residents overdosing on drugs.
A man admitted stealing hundreds of pounds worth of alcohol from Aberdeen supermarkets.
A royal wedding composer has opened up about his struggles with mental health and alcohol problems.
Britons are drinking less alcohol, despite the amount consumed worldwide being on the rise, a study has shown.
Having one or two alcoholic drinks per day does not reduce the risk of having a stroke, scientists have said.
A city MP has called for a review into the way alcohol is taxed.
Personal licence holders in Aberdeen have been reminded that the renewal date is getting close.