Glasgow is winding up for a week of cocktail-centric activities next week as the city prepares to host the global finals of Diageo’s World Class Bartender of the Year competition .
Pub group JD Wetherspoon will cut the price of all food and non-alcoholic drinks in its Scottish pubs by 7.5% today to highlight the benefit of a lower VAT rate.
A Highland whisky bar is set to pop up in Japan early next month – coinciding with the country hosting the Rugby World Cup .
Hospitality training scheme the Magners Employability Programme returned for its fifth year this month.
Edinburgh hotel Le Monde has reopened its doors to the public after a four-month, £1 million refurbishment .
Dumfries & Galloway College has launched a new course in hospitality and tourism to meet what’s said to be increasing demand in the area.
Drinks wholesaler Inverarity Morton is set to bring more than 60 brands under one roof later this month when its annual trade event rolls into Glasgow .
The Oban Inn has won a top CAMRA award for the second year running – less than three years after the pub reopened .
Students and staff at Ayrshire College marked a major milestone last month: the 20th Diageo Learning for Life hospitality course since the scheme began five years ago .