February, 2012 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

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Crags and Ciro’s

SPECIALIST Property Agent, Seymour & Clink are currently marketing two unique properties in the busy town of Callander within the Loch Lomond & …

Glasgow bar hits the high notes

THE “ethical” treatment of musicians is what sets a good music venue apart from its competitors – so says the venue manager of bar Bloc. The Glasgow …

Inverness lessee toasts awards win

INVERNESS lessee Rory Munro is celebrating after his pub scooped a top award in a scheme which recognises responsibly-run premises. The Gellions on Bridge …

Music venue on song in 2012

GLASGOW live music venue King Tuts got 2012 off to a flyer by posting record ticket and bar sales. Owner DF Concerts credits its King Tuts New Year Revolution, …

Trade groups’ sense of duty

SCRAPPING the planned duty increase in next month’s Budget would help save thousands of jobs and allow the drinks industry to help the UK’s economic …

Variety is spice of cider category’s life

CIDER has been one of the drinks industry’s most dynamic categories in recent years. Sales have continued to rise steadily as a raft of new products have …

Break-ins warning

A GLASGOW publican has urged operators to be on their guard against potential break-ins. Doublet bar owner Alistair Don said his chargehand noticed the alarm …

A cocktail blast from the past

MELON liqueur Midori is turning the clock back to the heady days of the 1980s with a number of retro cocktails. Distributor Cellar Trends said the new serves …

Tasting season is here again

SCOTLAND will play host to several wine tasting sessions in the next fortnight, as merchants promote their wares to the trade ahead of the spring season. …

Code is key to a bright future

PUBCOS have not had their troubles to seek in recent months. Figures from the Campaign for Real Ale claim tied pubs are closing at a faster rate than free of …

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