UK: Scotch production must be cut warns analyst
It could take up to 18 months before production levels of Scotch whisky are back on track with current consumer demand, according to a new report by whisky analyst Alan Gray. And with predictions that Scotch whisky consumption will grow by only 1.8% over the next five years, the report is calling for malt output to be cut by at least a further 8% and grain output by 5% this year.
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