September, 2013 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Beer fans buy in to Scots brewer

Brewdog raises £3m of £4m share scheme target in two months BREWDOG has raised £3 million in just two months under its latest ‘crowd funding’ share …

Scotch whisky exports increase

THE value of Scotch whisky exports grew by 11% in the first six months of 2013 to nearly £2 billion, according to new figures from the Scotch Whisky …

Scots food and drink a ‘success’

Industry smashes turnover targets six years ahead of schedule SCOTLAND’S food and drink industry has grown ahead of expectations since 2009, with annual …

Operator in Bridge of Don is local hero

Sustainability, the environment and a bit of fun fuel Martin Young’s ventures By Matthew Lynas BRIDGE of Don pub The Mains of Scotstown Inn uses around 1500 …

‘Fit and proper’ set to return?

By Dave Hunter LICENSING boards will have the ability to consider an individual’s ‘suitability’ to sell alcohol and run licensed premises, under new …

Technology can help ‘future proof’ pubs

Operators who don’t do digital could miss out on the next generation of drinkers PUB operators must embrace digital technology or risk losing out on younger …

No sun is required for soft drinks sales

Operators can capitalise with winter flavours and meal deals WITH September coming to a close it can feel like a long wait until next summer, and the …

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