May, 2014 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

A new look for family-owned hotel

THE Flodigarry Hotel on Skye has reopened its bar and restaurant following an extensive refurbishment project. The redesigned High Tide Restaurant and Skye Bar …

‘No’ vote at trade debate

Hospitality industry event looks ‘beyond the referendum’ A ‘NO’ vote was returned by some of the major players in the Scottish hospitality industry in …

Summer opening for Stirling hotel

AURORA Hotel Collection will open its newest property, the Hotel Colessio in Stirling, in July after what is said to have been a “challenging” …

New Bill doesn’t go far enough

Failure to tackle crucial issues is …

Get people talking with cocktails

SUMMER is almost here and with the warmer weather comes the chance for publicans to serve up something a little …

Brewer to roll out kegs

Move will improve logistics, says remote island producer ONE of Scotland’s most remote breweries aims to increase distribution of its beers by making them …

Clarity needed on independence

Scotch whisky body seeks reassurance on tax, currency and …

Big brand ales important to trade

WITH craft beer continuing to hog the headlines it’s easy to forget that the more mainstream keg brands continue to account for the vast majority of on-trade …

Brewer crafts a new identity

Stirlingshire firm launches range of new beers as part of rebrand By Gillian McKenzie A LEGEND dating back hundreds of years is credited with inspiring a …

Festival was a spirited event

Visitors from across the globe flock to Speyside REPRESENTATIVES from more than 30 countries are said to have descended on the Speyside region earlier this …

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