August, 2014 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

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Trade Runner

Paul Waterson, Chief Executive of the SLTA is running 30 miles in aid of the BEN. The Fantasy Island 50 run will take place later this September. To help this …

Colessio shines bright in Stirling

Perseverance pays off for Steven McLeod, as Gillian McKenzie reports PLUSH cream leather booths studded with sparkling Swarovski crystals, luxurious black …

New lease of life for historic coaching inn

Team at Torbrex refuses to rest on laurels after root and branch refurb By Matthew Lynas THE Inn at Torbrex has been operating under various guises since 1726 …

Whisky firm rolls into new warehouses

FORMER distillery employee Tom Anderson officially opened two new dunnage warehouses at the Benromach Distillery this month, over 30 years after he first …

Shetland gin is the reel thing

A NEW Scottish gin has been launched by what’s claimed to be Britain’s most northerly distillery. Shetland Reel Gin is made with botanicals, including …

Boards blasted by health report

New document criticises different approaches to …

The biggest brands in the Scottish trade

Figures show Tennent’s and Smirnoff still at the head of the table TENNENT’S Lager and Smirnoff continue to be the two biggest-selling drinks brands in the …

Dining out is on the rise, new report says

But average spend per visit has dropped, according to Horizons study MORE consumers are dining out in 2014 compared to last year, a new survey has claimed. …

Trade calls for rates parity

SLTA urges Scottish Government to overhaul …

New Macallan site gets approval

Permission granted for distillery and visitor centre development THE firm behind single malt whisky The Macallan has been granted planning permission for a new …

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