April, 2013 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Brewer sees Red with new ale

BREWER Wells & Young’s has added a new 3.6% ABV ale to its McEwan’s range. McEwan’s Red is described as a “smooth and refreshing” pint that …

Overprovision and hours in spotlight

OVERPROVISION and operating hours are two key issues raised by licensing boards as they begin to review their policy statements. Licensing boards in Moray, …

Burn Stewart sold for £160m

SCOTCH whisky firm Burn Stewart Distillers has been bought by Africa’s Distell Group for £160 million. East Kilbride-based Burn Stewart was sold by CL World …

New lease of life for Edinburgh’s Melville

Capital businessmen relaunch their former local after £250,000 overhaul. Gillian McKenzie reports MALCOLM Gray admits he and business partner Jon Eastwood …

Fears of a ‘two-tier’ system after Lidl case

Size shouldn’t influence how premises are treated, says SLTA By Dave Hunter A LANDMARK test purchase ruling could lead to a “two-tier” system where the …

Marston’s makes its Scottish debut

Brewer and pubco launches first of three pubs north of the border By Matthew Lynas BREWER and pub group Marston’s has opened its first Scottish outlet in the …

Pub group slams judicial review

Wetherspoon criticises Greene King over Stirling challenge By Gillian McKenzie WETHERSPOON boss Tim Martin has accused fellow pubco Greene King of being …

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