May, 2013 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Multi-buy ban hits off-trade sales

New report attributes 2.6% drop in alcohol purchases to legislation THE amount of alcohol sold in Scottish shops has fallen 2.6% in the year since multi-buy …

Plans for Princes Street premises

Shop units could be converted to cafes and restaurants By Dave Hunter EDINBURGH has moved a step closer to having licensed premises on Princes Street after …

Highland hoteliers open watering hole

Am Fuaran said to be first public bar in village for 20 years By Gillian McKenzie THE owners of an Inverness-shire hotel have launched a new public bar – …

Police powers call rebuffed

Convener “frustrated” at suggestion boards are failing to act By Gillian McKenzie A CALL for police to be given greater licensing powers if boards are …

Beer drinkers thirst for more

Search for new flavours boosting craft sector, microbrewers say A FOCUS on new flavours and quality ingredients is helping to drive sales of craft beers in …

Financial claws impact on menu

Soaring cost of lobster prompts chef to scrap dish By Gillian McKenzie THE owner of Glasgow seafood restaurant Gamba has been forced to take lobster off the …

Long drinks can help trade get into the summer spirit

Well-stocked gantry key to boosting sales in coming months AS the nights get longer so should the drinks. That’s the message from drinks firms, who say …

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