July, 2015 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Trade urged to help tackle rape

STAFF in the licensed trade have a “professional duty” to intervene in situations that could lead to rape or sexual assault, according to the Violence …

It was a big day for kitchen porters

THE kitchen porters of the UK got some recognition last month as part of an initiative from catering equipment supplier Winterhalter. The company’s KP Day …

“Tremendous respect” for Gillan

THE Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) has paid tribute to Dr Evelyn Gillan, head of Alcohol Focus Scotland and prominent health campaigner, who passed …

Everything has its place behind the bar

Organisation is everything on the back-bar, says LA Group When customers visit the on-trade they come seeking quality and consistency whether the bar is quiet …

Capital restaurant for sale

Restaurateurs seeking to move into Edinburgh might be interested in premises near the Royal Mile which have come onto the market. Property firm Cornerstone is …

Rolling out Apple Pay

EPOS firm Zonal has unveiled plans to facilitate Apple Pay payments – allowing outlets to accept contactless payments from customers using various Apple …

Distiller picks up ISC award

ONE of Scotland’s top distillers has been recognised for innovation and craftsmanship at the International Spirits Challenge (ISC). Dr Bill Lumsden, director …

Spirits firm gives World Cup a try

William Grant & Sons has been named the official spirits and Champagne provider of the Rugby World Cup 2015. Under the deal, the firm will have exclusive …

Beer is backed by biology

An american microbiologist has launched a new range of Scottish craft beers from a brewery based in Nairn. Heather McDonald, head brewer at WooHa Brewing …

All change at capital hotel

AN Edinburgh hotel has changed hands in a deal brokered by Bruce & Co. The Argus Hotel, close to the capital’s Haymarket train station, was acquired by …

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