December, 2012 | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 5

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Don’t miss games duty deadline

OPERATORS with gaming machines in their outlets should register for the new Machine Games Duty (MGD) system now. The BBPA said licensees who miss the January 1 …

Dreaming of a dark Christmas

BOWMORE has released a new Christmas gift pack for its 15 year old expression, Darkest. As well as a bottle of Bowmore 15 year old Darkest, the pack …

Seaside house is ripe for B&B

Tain property offers ‘home and income potential’, agent says A RECENTLY revamped seaside house in Ross-shire that has the scope to be developed into a …

Life begins for Old Pulteney

OLD Pulteney has released its oldest bottling to date. The limited edition Old Pulteney 40 year old has been aged in a combination of ex-American bourbon and …

Tragic end for Ben visitor

TRAGEDY struck Scotland’s main licensed trade charity last month when one of its most popular figures was killed in a road accident. John Morton, 78, was one …

Chef’s special: Damien Rolain

Damien Rolain, Head chef, The Mulroy, Edinburgh Edinburgh restaurant The Mulroy takes its name from the last inter-clan battle to be fought in Scotland. The …

Drambuie takes a pew at Tron Kirk

DRAMBUIE is set to play a key role in Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations this year by hosting a series of events in the city’s historic Tron Kirk. The …

Neil goes to Brussels

HEALTH secretary Alex Neil went to Brussels last week to put forward the case for minimum pricing. Neil met officials from business and health departments to …

It’s well worth looking beyond the traditional Christmas wines

“CHRISTMAS time, mistletoe and wine, children singing Christian rhyme” – schmaltzy, sentimental nonsense from the grannies’ favourite, Cliff Richard. …

No sticky end for seasonal I&G porter

A LIMITED edition seasonal beer has given winter warmth to Innis & Gunn by selling out shortly after its release. The Innis & Gunn Oak-Matured Porter …

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