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 …

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