April, 2012 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Restaurant bookings on the move

A WEB-based restaurant reservations system has launched a new service designed to allow restaurateurs to relay information to customers on their smartphones. …

Scots hotel boss takes top award

THE boss of Edinburgh-based Apex Hotels has been awarded HIT Scotland’s Lifetime Achievement award. Norman Springford was presented with the award by HIT …

Luss is more for hotel team

A THREE-strong team has been appointed to manage a new hotel in the village of Luss on the shores of Loch Lomond. The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel is set to open in …

Outdoor drinks solution scoops hospitality award

AN outdoor drinks dispense system is being positioned as an ideal solution for outdoor areas after winning a top innovation award at one of the country’s …

Food licence cooks up extra expense

ACCORDING to the Scottish Grocers’ Federation, converting to the new licensing system has cost its members £22.4 million – and for some supermarkets, …

Merchants buoyed by home-grown wine

THE UK might be better known for making beer than wine, but it appears that homegrown wine is finally building a credible reputation all of its own. And it …

Fun is name of game for sambuca brand

GREAT strides are said to have been taken to promote sambuca as a base for cocktails and long drinks in recent years – a trend given momentum by the …

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