March, 2016 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Hotel firm beds down in capital

Premier Inn has opened two new hotels in Edinburgh, including Scotland’s first Hub by Premier Inn. The two adjacent hotels on East Market Street were …

Boom time for UK craft beer

Independent brewers’ turnover is set to grow The UK craft and cask brewing industry is in rude health, with four out of five breweries expecting an increase …

Consumers call for clarity on ‘craft’

Drinkers support industry definition of beer sector, report finds Conventional wisdom says that craft beer is booming, but a new report published by marketing …

Operator swoops on city’s Pelican

New owner at helm of Glasgow west end bistro A BAR and bistro in the west end of Glasgow has changed hands in a deal brokered by Smith & Clough Business …

Lederer is new patron of SLTA

Peter Lederer was appointed patron of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) at the trade group’s AGM in Edinburgh earlier this month. The former …

Rates frontman named

The Scottish Government has appointed former RBS Scotland chair Ken Barclay to lead a review of business rates. Barclay will be tasked with considering how …

Time for a wee expansion

North Queensferry-based restaurateurs Craig and Vikki Wood are all set to make their move on Auld Reekie as the pair prepare to launch their second restaurant …

Pub takes ale crown

A Pub in Biggar has been named the best in Lanarkshire for real ale by CAMRA. The Crown Inn has three dedicated real ale taps, with plans to add a further …

New bar gets into the spirit of things

Spirits have taken centre stage at new Glasgow venue Spiritualist, which opened on Miller Street this month. The Merchant City venue is said to stock 320 …

Beer specialist a soaring success

Over the last few years craft beer has progressed from emerging sub-category to Scottish trade staple and the interest in all things flavour has been driven, …

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