July, 2011 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Restaurateurs urged to back food festival

Two-week event aims to celebrate Scottish produce RESTAURATEURS across Scotland are being urged to get behind this year’s Scottish Food & Drink …

Chile outlook for wine distributor

A LIMITED edition Chilean Carmenère has been launched in the UK by wine distributor Percy Fox & Co. Just 5600 bottles of the inaugural 2007 vintage of …

Abode gets its house in order

Hotel group adjusts Glasgow business as market shifts MUCH has changed since hotel group Abode set up home on Glasgow’s Bath Street. The hotel opened in …

Supplier shows its Spanish style

DRINKS supplier Eliot’s has introduced a new summer drink said to have been specifically designed for the changeable British climate. Eliot’s Sangria, …

Cider spreads its love on the telly

Brothers’ pear variant hitting the small screen this summer BROTHERS, the pear cider brand, has launched a new television advertising campaign it hopes will …

Brewer sets out strategy

Heineken’s new man in the north, John Gemmell, outlines the priorities for the former S&N business. JOHN Gemmell wears two hats in his latest role at …

Island income stream

A HOTEL and self-catering holiday business on the Isle of Mull has just come onto the books of agent Bell Ingram. The Pennyghael Hotel is located on the shores …

A round with Andy

It’s never been so important to live up to your customers’ expectations It is now more expensive than ever to drink ‘out’. In order for our pubs and …

Hilton chef is a cut above

A CHEF at a Perthshire hotel has been recognised for his work with unemployed youngsters. Kenny Black, who works at Hilton Dunkeld House, mentored four young …

Mixer Mal brings out cocktail book

LUXURY Glasgow hotel Blythswood Square is reinforcing its reputation as a cocktail specialist with the launch of a new book. The Blythswood Square Bar Book was …