February, 2016 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Fresh new look for historic inn

Buzzworks puts a contemporary spin on 300 year old Stewarton pub At more than 300 years old, The Mill House in Stewarton – the newest venue to join the …

Trade group’s AGM in capital

The Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) is to hold its AGM in Edinburgh’s Ghillie-Dhu on March 17.   Forming part of Scottish Tourism Week, the …

Broomhill bar boost

McMillan’s Emporium in Glasgow’s west end is to be relaunched as a new bar restaurant after the premises changed hands. Brendan Gaffney acquired the …

Moffat Burns bar on the market

Historic Inn visited by the bard is up for sale Operators looking for an historic property might be interested in a Dumfries & Galloway inn that’s said …

Celebrating speciality producers

Some of Scotland’s top produce firms picked up prizes at this year’s Scotland’s Speciality Food Show in Glasgow. Split over three categories, the Best …

Diversity driving cider

Variety is said to be the spice of life; and when it comes to diversity the cider category has it in spades. With such a broad category comprising different …

Branded wines pour in profits

Licensees who don’t stock brands are ‘missing a trick’ Publicans who do not stock branded wines could be missing out on an opportunity to boost cash …

Hotel trust backs local charities

The charitable trust set up and run by Edinburgh-based Crearar Hotels has donated £7000 to two local charities in recent weeks. Crerar Hotels Trust presented …

More legislation on cards?

Scotland is in need of more alcohol licensing legislation, according to health lobbying group SHAAP (Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems). The …

Hospitality group picks greatest HITs

More than 160 people working in or studying towards a career in hospitality have been awarded ‘once in a lifetime’ scholarships from the Hospitality …

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