September, 2011 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

A little treat in the south west

NEW owners are sought for a licensed coffee shop in Dumfries & Galloway for the first time in 20 years. Located on Dalbeattie’s High Street, The Little …

Pub sales pick up in pace kingdom

Renewed interest from lenders helping Fife market, agent says CHRISTIE & Co has reported buoyant conditions in the Fife pub market as it concluded the sale …

The wine guy

FOR something that is fairly common, the understanding of faulty wine in the trade is a bit sketchy. Do your staff know the difference between corked and …

Beer group sponsors new guide

THE Campaign for Real Ale has released its latest Good Beer Guide, cementing its relationship with the Society of Independent Brewers in the process. The CAMRA …

Industry braced for government reform

PUBCOS were last week facing the prospect of government intervention after MPs claimed attempts to improve the relationship between landlords and tenants …

Boutique show returns to capital

BARTENDERS who aspire to open their own outlet will be able to pick up some hints and tips in Edinburgh next month. A seminar highlighting the practicalities …

Coors says beer is pub champion

As survey finds a fifth of licensees considered quitting in the last six months… MOLSON Coors last week insisted that the future can still be bright for …

Charity demands volume controls

BAR and nightclub operators could be forced to submit figures for the volume of alcohol sold on their premises, if Scotland’s biggest alcohol charity gets …

SBPA issues excise warning

PUBS in Scotland could be forced to put the price of a pint up by as much as 50p – if the Scottish Government is successful in wresting control of excise …

Levy will ease rates inequality

PLANS by the Scottish Government to hit the country’s biggest alcohol and tobacco retailers with a public health levy will go some way to addressing the …

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