February, 2012 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

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 …

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