November, 2014 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Make an offer they can’t refuse

Who will move in on Soprano St Magnus Court Hotel? THE Soprano St Magnus Court Hotel in the heart of Aberdeen’s Merchant Quarter is up for sale. The …

Tennent’s backs beer tie ‘break’

TENNENT Caledonian Breweries (TCB) has backed proposed legislation which could ‘break’ the beer tie. The Tennent’s lager owner welcomed the ‘new clause …

Trade split on beer tie ‘break’

By Gillian McKenzie MPs back market rent only option for tied pub tenants PROPOSED legislation which could effectively ‘break’ the beer tie has divided …

Bartender wins on the dark side

A GLASGOW bartender has picked up a £1000 prize after winning the OVD Discover the Dark Side of Rum cocktail competition. Julija Bernatovica of the …

SLTN marks five decades in style

Trade helps celebrate golden anniversary of Scotland’s pubs paper SLTN is celebrating five decades of reporting on the Scottish licensed trade. The special …

Licences at risk on notifications

By Dave Hunter First ‘batch’ of PLHs must notify boards of training PERSONAL licence holders across Scotland have just days in which to act to prevent …

Amie is named rising star

A GLASGOW restaurant manager has been named the Rising Star of The Year at a UK awards ceremony. Amie Duncan of The Butchershop Bar & Grill won the title …

Operators urged to back Clutha Trust

OPERATORS across Scotland are being urged to get behind a new charity initiative set up by the owner of Glasgow’s Clutha bar. The Clutha Trust will …

Trade enjoys an ‘amazing year’

By Graeme Murray BII Scotland panel celebrates success and looks to the future FOUR leading trade figures said they are optimistic about the future of …

Java Minute for a licensed cafe?

A LICENSED coffee shop in the Renfrewshire village of Kilmacolm has come onto the market. Java Minute is said to have a capacity for 28 covers with additional …

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