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Monthly Archives: December 2014

• Stephen and Fiona Leckie.

Crieff Hydro profits up

Crieff Hydro has reported a 6% growth in revenue in its annual accounts. The figures for the year to February 2014 showed an increase in...
• Owners Jim and Suzanne McLaughlin unveiling the Yes Bar branding.

Customers say yes to bar rollout plan

Former Vespbar’s rebrand pays dividends for Glasgow operator THE owners of a pub which was rebranded as Yes Bar ahead of the Scottish independence referendum...
• Steve Cassidy said Hilton is committed to growing its Scottish estate.• Steve Cassidy said Hilton is committed to growing its Scottish estate.

Hilton continues Scots expansion

by Dave Hunter Hotel giant has plans for more hotels in the coming years HOTEL giant Hilton Worldwide is to continue to expand its presence in...
• Sarah Nicholson of Aberlour and SWA president Asim Sarwar with cheque.

SWA pushes out the boat for charity

THE Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) has raised £4600 for children’s charity Aberlour. The association announced its support for the charity at its annual conference in...
• Organiser Michelle Russell.

Craft fest will return

A CRAFT beer festival is set to return to the Highlands next year after a successful inaugural event. Organisers say the North Hop festival will...

Time to promote hospitality careers

Trade must spread the word on industry’s excellent long-term prospects, writes recruitment specialist Hazel Neill THE hospitality industry has changed out of all recognition in...
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Lessons must be learned from refresher meltdown

By Gillian McKenzie IT has loomed large on the Scottish trade’s horizon for some time now. And as the deadlines by which the first ‘batch’ of...
The Bulmers TV ad ends at the beginning, showing a pint of the cider at the start of a night out.

Bulmers drops the yarn bomb

THE firm behind Bulmers cider is engaged in a “yarn-bombing” campaign on social media aimed at positioning cider as a winter serve. Part of the...
• Franciscan Well Chieftain IPA is the brewer’s third beer to be distributed in the Scottish on-trade.

IPA heads over the Irish sea

Craft brewer launches third beer in Scottish trade IRISH craft brewer Franciscan Well has boosted its presence in the Scottish on-trade with the launch of...
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Lazy Jack’s up and on the road

Lazy Jack’sUS cider brand Lazy Jack’s is the subject of an ongoing marketing campaign from Halewood International, the firm behind the brand in the...

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