June, 2012 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Bartender shows his Bru colours

SLTN Mixologist of the Year Andy Thompson reckons experimenting is the key to cocktail success. HE may not have realised it at the time, but the pursuit of …

Court action likely on licence cap policy

Almost three years since it came into effect, the 2005 Act is still sparking controversy, as the debate over Edinburgh’s overprovision policy shows. …

Taste of what’s to come at food fest

Loyd Grossman and award-winning chefs set to appear at capital event THIS year’s Taste of Edinburgh is shaping up to be the biggest and best in the event’s …

Thai operator reveals plans for Glasgow

Restaurant group set to open first Scottish restaurant in Grade A listed building A THAI-themed restaurant group is preparing to open an opulent new venue in …

Quick start to Slow Food campaign

HIGHLAND Park, Scotland’s most northerly distillery, has announced that more than 50 chefs have signed up to the Slow Food UK Chef Alliance, a scheme it’s …

Scots take a trip on the dark side

“Affinity” with complex flavours is boosting Bourbon SCOTLAND’S credentials as a whisky producer are well established, but it seems Scottish consumers …

Brewer brands wine and spirits division

Launch of Crown Cellars aims to promote Carlsberg as ‘one stop shop’ CARLSBERG UK has given a discrete identity to its wine and spirits division to …

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