May, 2012 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Borders drinks firms form a new alliance

THREE Borders drinks firms have joined forces in a bid to increase distribution of their brands. Born in the Borders is a collaboration between the Scottish …

SLTA calls for gaming law review

UK laws governing gaming machines are discriminating against pubs, according to the Scottish Licensed Trade Association. The trade body has written to …

Glasgow chef strikes gold at awards

BRIAN Maule has beaten competition from across Scotland to be named the country’s top chef. Maule, who opened his Glasgow restaurant Chardon d’Or …

Capital Residence named top hotel

EDINBURGH’S The Chester Residence has been named the top hotel in Scotland at this year’s Scottish Hotel Awards – the first time an ‘aparthotel’ has …

April showers dampen trade

WET weather slowed sales for the operator behind the All Bar One, Browns and O’Neill’s brands in the first quarter of the year, it was reported earlier …

Pub firm rings the changes in Helensburgh

PUB giant JD Wetherspoon has opened a new outlet in Helensburgh, The Henry Bell. Wetherspoon said the pub, located on the site of a former carpet and furniture …

Spirited turn at whisky awards

THE Glenlivet distillery had cause for celebration earlier this month when two of its malts picked up prizes at the annual Spirit of Speyside Whisky Awards. …

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