November, 2013 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Whisky group in pricing push

THE Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) is calling for the legal case over minimum pricing to be transferred to Europe. The organisation has been challenging the …

Brilliant moments in new campaign

OLYMPIC champion Sir Chris Hoy is among the personalities participating in a new, multi-million pound marketing campaign from VisitScotland. Promoting Scotland …

Brewery steps up to the bar

ARRAN Brewery has stepped in to temporarily run the Pier Head Tavern in Lamlash, Arran, while owner Punch Taverns seeks out a new tenant. The brewer plans to …

Call to scrap overprovision

A licensing lawyer has called on the Scottish Government to either provide a clear definition of the term ‘overprovision’ or scrap …

Brewer bolsters its Scottish sales team

WELLS & Young’s Brewing Company has ramped up its presence in Scotland with a new Edinburgh-based sales team. The team will handle sales of the …

Trade celebrates at SLTN Awards

Comedian Kevin Bridges hands out the gongs to the best operators staff and venues across Scotland at glittering event in Glasgow GLITZ, glamour and great fun …

Scottish trade gives VAT cut thumbs up

Majority of licensees north of border support tax change, survey says A MAJORITY of Scottish licensees reckon a cut in the VAT rate would have a positive …

SPFL loses foreign satellite appeal

Lisini Pub Co is to pursue its claim against the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) for more than £1.7 million in …

Festive season brings grape expectations

Wine in line for sales spike in coming weeks, wholesalers say WITH December just days away, the busy festive trading period is about to get underway. And while …

Glasgow boys notch up Juan more outlet

Mexican cantina latest venture from Carlo Citti and CPL. Gillian McKenzie reports WHEN it comes to opening themed bars or restaurants, Glasgow operator Carlo …

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