August, 2016 | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 10

Scottish Licensed Trade News

The heat is on for publicans

Trade can cash in on hot beverage demand THE pint is undoubtedly a staple drink of the pub, but as the trade has changed over the years so has its customers, …

Pubs code ‘does not go far enough’

Scottish Government ‘considering’ if legislation needed By Gillian McKenzie A NEW voluntary code of practice for tied pubs in Scotland has been criticised …

Phone tech is a step ahead

Apps are helping make things easier for outlets and customers IN the past decade mobile phones have gone from being a handy accessory to an essential part of …

Brewing up provenance

Scottish roots can grow operators’ beer sales TRACEABILITY is said to be a bigger factor in beer sales than ever before, but it’s not just the craft end of …

Trade must ensure voice is heard in rates review

Comment by Gillian McKenzie BUSINESS rates have been suffocating the Scottish on-trade for far too long. The way in which they are calculated – with pubs’ …

The Black Isle Brewery launches Inverness bar

A new craft beer bar with rooms has been launched in Inverness city centre by the Black Isle Brewery. Located in a former charity shop on Church Street, the …

Standards can snare punters

Quality is king in Inverness bar that gets the beer right By Matthew Lynas SHARING its name with an infamous poacher of the past, Johnny Foxes in Inverness has …

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