October, 2016 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

No universal ban on free alcohol

Not all promotions are restricted by Scottish Government legislation AS operators devise their strategies to capture a share of the lucrative festive period …

Pubs should be a Brexit priority

BBPA manifesto stresses importance of sector to the economy EU workers in pubs, VAT and protecting beer exports should be among Westminster’s top priorities …

On-premise licences up

Number of on-trade venues increases for second year THE total number of on-trade premises in Scotland has grown over the past two years, according to figures …

Campbell the king of Funkin town

Orchid bartender picks up innovation award Aberdeen based bartender Shea Campbell of Orchid has been crowned Funkin Innovation Champion for 2016 after wowing …

Who will take the next step?

Pubcos say there are many benefits to leasehold Many of those working within the Scottish on-trade will share the dream of one day being their own boss – and …

Falkirk bar at top of its game

Sportsters scores with its customer and community focus By Matthew Lynas FROM football to rugby and rowing to Formula One, teamwork is at the heart of many a …

Pulling off an Italian job

AYR-based bartender Ross Frame is headed to Italy after picking up the top spot at the Keglevich #RepubliKeg competition final held in the Lighthouse in …

Investing in community businesses

PUNCH Taverns has recently refurbished five of its Scottish pubs. The investments include £120,000 at the Kirkill Bar in Cambuslang, £145,000 at the Electric …

Tempest hops to the top

BREWERS from across Scotland are celebrating after picking up prizes in the inaugural Scottish Beer Awards. Tempest Brewing Co in Galashiels took the top award …

West coast wins in Spain

WEST of Scotland publicans sunk their east coast rivals in Marbella earlier this month winning this year’s Caledonia Best golf challenge. The fourth annual …

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