December, 2013 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Finance deal set to fuel expansion

Agreement funds construction of six warehouses at Tamdhu distillery IAN Macleod Distillers is set to expand its warehouse capacity after securing a funding …

Firms set sights on Speyside

Edrington Group and Diageo invest in whisky region EDRINGTON Group has unveiled plans for a new distillery and visitor centre for Speyside single malt The …

Perth brewer bolsters team

PERTH-based Inveralmond Brewery has bolstered its team with two new senior appointments. Former Scottish & Newcastle and Heineken executive Andy Agnew …

Outside owners good for trade

Acquisitions have improved marketplace, says brewery boss By Dave Hunter THE increasing presence of English and international drinks companies in Scotland is a …

SBPA defends Challenge 25

The Scottish Beer & Pub Association (SBPA) has come to the defence of the Scottish Government’s Challenge 25 …

A modern take on an old spirit

Three-pronged approach brings awards success for capital bar THERE is no tartan trim in Edinburgh venue Whiski Rooms. The Walter Scott monument may be visible …

Autumn statement a ‘mixed bag’

Plans to scrap employer National Insurance contributions for under 21s by 2015 have been welcomed by trade …

Trade tributes after Clutha bar tragedy

Scotland's licensed trade has paid tribute to the victims of the Clutha helicopter …

Trade must grasp 2014 opportunities

Licensees have the chance to showcase their pubs and bars and create a lasting legacy, writes SLTA chief executive Paul Waterson IT’S nearly here – 2014; …

Trade split on Glasgow hours

Licensing board ditches plans to let pubs open until 1am By Gillian McKenzie GLASGOW licensing board’s decision to retain a terminal hour of midnight for the …

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