August, 2016 | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 3

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Mixing up the whisky scene

Tomatin distillery has joined forces with mixologist Calum Lawrie to create a series of summer whisky cocktails. The Highland single malt Scotch whisky …

Whisky pub is in good spirits

Passion, atmosphere and range impress SLTN judges By Matthew Lynas WHEN Paul McDonagh took on the Bon Accord in Glasgow 15 years ago, there were five whiskies …

Call for ‘common sense’ guidelines

By Gillian McKenzie CAMRA has called for a public consultation on alcohol consumption guidelines, saying current government advice on drinking is “at odds …

Gin cocktails ready to go

ST Andrews-based distiller Eden Mill launched a new range of ready-to-drink gin cocktail blends earlier this month as part of its new Eden Mill Mixology …

Scotch whisky still star attraction

SCOTLAND’S whisky distilleries attracted more visitors than ever during 2015, according to new figures from the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA). The …

It’s all in the can at brewery

GLASGOW-based brewery, Drygate, has launched a new canned beer range. Described as a small-batch release, the canned beers are versions of the brewery’s …

Trade urged to back campaign

Hard-hitting video to raise awareness of vulnerability OPERATORS across Scotland are being urged to get behind a hard-hitting new campaign designed to raise …

Biting into big sales

Operators can boost revenues by getting snacks right, say suppliers THE pint of lager and packet of crisps has long been a pub staple, but with more and more …

Young adults seek quality and value

Delivering the ‘perfect serve’ is key to securing student spend STUDENTS and young adults can be a fickle bunch when it comes to drinks. Fortunately for …

All change in the capital

THE Wannaburger restaurant on Edinburgh’s Queensferry Street has been sold in a deal brokered by Cornerstone Business Agents. The outlet, in the heart of the …

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