September, 2016 | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 5

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Oddly mature malt release

Tomatin distillery has launched three new special edition releases, with each bottled at 46% ABV and matured in non-traditional casks. The limited edition …

Who will walk in to Inversnaid?

Established stop-over on West Highland Way up for sale A BUNKHOUSE that is said to be a popular stop-over on the West Highland Way has recently come onto the …

How to plot a trade career

Training has made progression more viable than ever In days gone by a part-time job in hospitality was seen by many young people as a way to earn some spending …

Toasting a takeover

Coffee and foodservice business Tchibo buys out Glasgow-based Matthew Algie Scottish coffee and tea supplier Matthew Algie has been acquired by German coffee …

Are you prepared for Christmas?

Commercial kitchens must be up to the task in time for the busy festive season, equipment suppliers say CHRISTMAS is naturally one of the busiest times of year …

New owner for river guest house

A guest house in the Highlands has recently changed hands. Sold through property firm Bruce & Co, The Winston Guest House overlooks the River Ness and is …

Biting into inequality

Restaurants team up to tackle food poverty Glasgow’s restaurant industry banded together this month to tackle food inequality through the second annual …

New boss at Wellpark

TENENNT’S has a new boss following the departure of managing director Alastair Campbell earlier this month. Andrea Pozzi, who was managing director of …

Inaugural course for whisky academy

A new learning centre dedicated to whisky training has launched its first diploma course. The diploma in single malt course will run for the first time at the …

A Fresh start in Bannockburn

A former eatery in Bannockburn has been given a new lease of life after changing hands in a deal brokered by The Restaurant Agency. Previously operating as the …

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