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Scottish Licensed Trade News

Grand designs after takeover

Deal will ‘springboard’ firm to a new level in the trade Scottish chartered surveying firm Graham & Sibbald is looking to build its presence in the …

Chef warps into new role

THE Federation of Chefs Scotland has appointed its youngest ever president. David Littlewood, aged 34, was elected president at the organisation’s AGM in …

Brewer steps up ale game

Three new bottled beers from Tennent Caledonian Tennent Caledonian has taken a big step into the bottled ale market with the launch of a new three-strong …

Deal designed to boost ale availability

HEINEKEN-owned pub company Star Pubs & Bars has joined forces with SIBA to launch a new scheme designed to offer licensees a wider choice of local cask …

Vodka gets a fresh citrus twist

SWEDISH vodka brand Absolut has had its flavoured range broadened with the introduction of a new lime variant. Parent firm Pernod Ricard has launched Absolut …

All about change

New report finds buoyant category is in a state of flux IT’S been a transformational year for the soft drinks industry, according to Britvic’s latest …

Fresh calls for review of laws

FRESH calls for Scottish licensing legislation to be reviewed and consolidated have been issued after scrutiny of England and Wales’ Act by a Lords committee …

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