May, 2016 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Time for detail on each side’s Euro vision

As the dust settles in Holyrood following the Scottish Parliament election earlier this month, political attention has, for the moment, shifted to Europe and …

Touring Italy’s regions one beer at a time

The range of Birra Moretti Italian beers has been expanded in the UK through a distribution deal with Continental Quattro Stagioni (CQS) which will see the …

Pouring something for the gardeners

  Summer gardeners are being celebrated by soft drink producer Qcumber through a new suggested serve, The Allotment. The team behind the Qcumber flavoured …

Welcome for free wi-fi in Edinburgh

Operators say new initiative is good news for tourism Operators and trade groups have welcomed a City of Edinburgh Council plan to bring free wi-fi and …

Cantona sends in the hounds

Eric Cantona returned to the small screen with four-legged friends in tow this month as part of a new campaign for Kronenbourg 1664. The latest advert sees …

There’s smoke and fire now

The firm behind Funkin has extended the brand’s range of single batch syrups with the addition of two new variants. Funkin Pro Smoked Syrup and Funkin Pro …

Edinburgh site is for the chop

The Compass Group is set to open a second Chop House site in Edinburgh less than a year from launching the casual dining brand on Constitution Street in Leith. …

Go seasonal this summer

Al fresco dining may be more suited to Seville than Stirling but that doesn’t mean Scottish operators shouldn’t see the season as an opportunity to boost …

Wheely good effort

A group of bar and nightclub operators has raised more than £7000 for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins Scotland after cycling more than 50 miles around …

Whisky veteran launches own distillery

Fife’s newest distillery was officially launched last week, at an event attended by backers, media and local councillors. InchDairnie Distillery was …