Teetotal students have forced the closure of a student union bar.
Despite offering cut-price pints and shots, takings have sunk by two thirds in the last five years.
Bosses say students at Abertay University in Dundee prefer a “daytime café culture”.
Last year a survey by the National Union of Students revealed one in five UK students are teetotal, and
Official data from 2015 found a third of 16 to 24-year-olds said they didn’t drink, compared with around one in five in 2005.
Bar One at Abertay Student Union will now only open as a bookable venue.
A spokesman said: “We recognise that student tastes have shifted from a bar setting and towards a daytime café culture.
“Just last year we opened a new Library Café as part of the £5million refurbishment of the Bernard King Library, which has been a success with students and staff.”
The National Union of Students said it was the first bar closure it has heard of, adding: “It does not represent the national picture.”
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