October, 2011 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Time for proper appeals to return?

THE remarkable battle between Ayrshire operator Buzzworks and pub giant JD Wetherspoon has spawned a decision that could spell real uncertainty for licensed …

Make it a melon mulled wine

MIDORI is arguably most commonly enjoyed with lemonade, but the people behind the melon liqueur are promoting new ways to enjoy the brand this Christmas. Three …

Land a country house hotel

NEW owners are currently being sought for a Perthshire country house hotel. Overlooking the Vale of Strathmore to the Sidlaw Hills, the Lands of Loyal in Alyth …

Carling ready to show its mettle

MOLSON Coors is continuing the rejuvenation of the Carling brand with the on-trade launch of premium beer Carling Chrome. The brewer, which is spending a …

Signs of stability in hotel market

AN element of stability has returned to the hotel property market, but access to funding remains a stumbling block for many buyers. That’s the conclusion …

Dreaming of a spiced Christmas

HALEWOOD International is expanding its Crabbie’s range of ginger-flavoured drinks this Christmas with the introduction of Crabbie’s Mulled Ginger Wine. …

Warm up with a hot toddy – Japanese style

JAPANESE whisky firm Suntory reckons operators can bring their customers some winter warmth with its Hakushu Ritto (hot toddy) cocktail. The drink consists of: …

Who wants to buy a Borders bar?

A BORDERS bar that’s said to count Who Wants To Be A Millionaire host Christ Tarrant among its customers is up for sale. Said to be the oldest pub in Kelso, …

Cobra sets sights on beer top ten

COBRA beer has introduced a new packaging design as it aims to become a top-ten beer brand in the UK. The new-look design, which features a new brand identity, …

Slice of Brazilian life for Glasgow

AUTHENTICITY is the name of the game at Glasgow’s newest Brazilian restaurant. Viva Brazil, on the city’s Bothwell Street, is modelled on a traditional …

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