THE makers of Irn-Bru yesterday began inspecting hundreds of thousands of bottles over fears the metal caps may suddenly pop.
IRN BRU has apologised after complaints about its latest advertising campaign were made to a watchdog.
AN Irn-Bru fan has taken his dedication to the drink’s original recipe to an ink-redible level by getting a ‘Save Irn-Bru’ tattoo.
IRN-BRU makers have taken to social media to reassure fans that they will still enjoy the drink after the controversial recipe change.
FANS of Irn-Bru may notice a slight change to Scotland's other national drink in the coming weeks.
AG BARR is to reduce the sugar content in some of its best known brands, including Irn-Bru, ahead of a government crackdown on the fizzy drinks industry.
Irn Bru maker AG Barr has announced plans to slash 90 jobs and said it was grappling with a shift in consumer taste towards low-sugar drinks.