October, 2013 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Sky in pubs crackdown

SKY has stepped up its campaign against publicans it accuses of infringing its copyright by showing Sky Sports without a valid subscription. The broadcaster …

Call for action on members’ clubs

Demand for tougher regulation in licensing consultation responses TOUGHER regulation of private members’ clubs and the return of a ‘fit and proper’ test …

Time to get set for the Games

LICENSEES in Glasgow will be able to learn more about the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and the various regulations that will impact on the trade during the event, …

Green fingered pub takes root

The Potting Shed goes all the way with its allotment style By Matthew Lynas A MAN named Angus and the fruits of his labour were the inspiration behind …

Inverarity Morton buys Forth Wines

Customers will benefit from greater choice and improved logistics, says MD By Gillian McKenzie WHOLESALER Inverarity Morton has snapped up Milnathort-based …

Williams Bros and C&C form city craft beer bond

PLANS to open a new craft beer brewery in Scotland’s largest city have been unveiled following an alliance between Williams Brothers and Tennent’s owner …

Trade urged to tell its tales

New tourism campaign to promote stories behind pubs WAS your pub a favourite haunt of one of Scotland’s literary giants? Are there spooky goings on in your …

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