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Scottish bartenders battle it out in Patrón competition

Bartenders from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee are among 30 vying to make it through to the next round of international cocktail competition Patrón Perfectionists.

Chivas staff get on their bikes for charity

A number of Scotch whisky workers cycled more than 200 miles this week in aid of Motor Neurone Disease charity MND Scotland.

Lee makes Edinburgh move with Bonnie & Wild

Chef Jimmy Lee is the latest Glasgow operator to take space at Edinburgh food hall Bonnie & Wild.

Moskito lands back in Glasgow

A famous name will return to the Glasgow bar scene next week after being acquired and refurbished by a new owner.

Cail Bruich appoints wine star

Michelin-starred Glasgow restaurant Cail Bruich has appointed a new head sommelier.

Diners can go Dutch in the capital

An Amsterdam-based restaurant group specialising in breakfast, brunch and lunch has opened a venue in Edinburgh – its first outwith the Netherlands.

Plans underway for four new Scotch whisky distilleries

Scotland is set for four new Scotch whisky distilleries as plans got underway for new facilities across the country.

Ondine sails again

Edinburgh restaurant Ondine has reopened its doors with a new nautical look and an expanded menu.

UK Hospitality sets out 12-point staffing plan

A commitment to removing trading restrictions as early as possible, a permanent reduction to VAT and a review of the immigration system are just some of the steps put forward in a new 12-point plan to tackle staff shortages in the hospitality industry.

Mixing up the pre-batch formula

The team at Edinburgh bar Nauticus has played a role in the development of a new pre-batched cocktail range from Scottish drinks company William Grant & Sons.

Class is in session in Kintyre

Campbeltown gin maker Beinn an Tuirc – producer of Kintyre Gin – has launched its own gin school.

First look at refurbished Glenlivet visitor centre

Speyside distillery The Glenlivet has given a sneak peak inside its newly refurbished visitor centre ahead of the facility reopening to the public next month.

Fresh face for Old Churches House

A Dunblane hotel has reopened its doors after a £48,000 refurbishment and the introduction of a new food and drink offer.

Buzzworks and Apex are Best Places to Work

Two Scottish businesses have been named as being among the best hospitality companies in the UK to work for, after securing places on the annual Best Companies to Work For list.

MacLean awarded an MBE for services to Scotch

Writer and ambassador Charles MacLean has been awarded an MBE in the latest honours for his services to Scotch whisky, UK exports and charity.

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