January, 2014 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Hip hop star heads to Glasgow club

SCOTLAND’S hip hop scene is set to get a taste of rapper and music producer Elson Barbosa this Saturday (February 1) when he makes a guest appearance at …

Cinema premier for Tsingtao

HALEWOOD International is taking Chinese beer Tsingtao to the big screen with the launch of the brand’s first ever UK cinema advertising campaign. The …

Expansion on menu for restaurant group

ITALIAN restaurant group Tony Macaroni and ice-cream chain Nardini’s are set for major expansion across the central belt in the next 18 months as part of a …

Craft brewers in bottling alliance

Deal with Highland beer firm brings boost for Shetland business SHETLAND-based Lerwick Brewery has signed a bottling deal with Cairngorm Brewery in Aviemore …

Inverness pubs in ID initiative

INVERNESS Pub Watch has launched an initiative designed to reduce the use of fake identification by young people to get into pubs and clubs and buy alcohol. …

Trade giving rugby a try

Tournament offers publicans the chance to score points with customers IN what is a bumper year for sport, publicans are to get their first try at cashing in on …

Distiller expands Islay operations

Firm bolsters presence on whisky isle with acquisition and new bistro WHISKY firm Morrison Bowmore has expanded its presence on Islay with the acquisition of a …

Dundee has ‘too many’ premises

Operators and the Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) have welcomed moves to stop the awarding of new premises licences in …

Trade encouraged to offer 125mls

Campaign aims to increase availability of smaller wine …

Quality focus as boutiques boom

Interest in provenance helps small-batch brands flourish GROWING consumer interest in the quality and provenance of food and drink seems to be paying dividends …

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