April, 2014 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Heineken joins in the Games

Heineken has been appointed official beer and cider supplier for this summer’s Commonwealth

Minimum pricing referred to Europe

The ongoing legal battle over the introduction of a minimum price for alcohol has been referred to

Trade and health teamwork “vital”

SLTA calls for continued co-operation on

Overprovision in the spotlight for boards

TWO Scottish licensing boards have launched overprovision consultations. The boards, in Midlothian and Dundee, have given interested parties until April 30 and …

Pub group aims to launch five Scottish sites a year

PUB company Marston’s has pledged to acquire five new Scottish sites every year moving forward, investing £15 million a year north of the border. The …

World welcomed at tourism Expo

Representatives from more than 40 countries attend event By Dave Hunter TOURISM industry representatives from 40 different countries descended on Glasgow …

Brewery bites back with revamp

STIRLINGSHIRE-based Traditional Scottish Ales has ben relaunched as Black Wolf Brewery. Parent company VC2 Brands rebranded the brewery following the expansion …

Units on glasses plan under fire

Trade slams call to put alcohol content on

Artisan approach key for Costley

Award-winning hotelier to add microbrewery to Ayrshire inn By Gillian McKenzie WHEN it comes to attention to detail, Bill Costley is meticulous. It perhaps …

Landmark gets a new lease of life

AN A-listed building in Glasgow’s Merchant City is to get a new lease of life as a restaurant. James Rusk, owner of The Butchershop Bar & Grill in the …