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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Behind bars: vodka

SLTN interview two Scottish bartenders about their outlet's vodka offering

Giant of the trade continues to move

Scotland’s top-selling spirit is evolving in a premium, flavoured direction

DRS mustn’t hit pub customers

Holyrood pressed for clarity over proposed bottle plan

Group turns up heat on training

MANORVIEW Hotels & Leisure Group is to introduce cookery qualifications at its training academy in a bid to encourage more young chefs to pursue it as a career.

Chef’s Special: Scott Davies, Head chef, The Three Chimneys, Isle of Skye

Scott Davies, head chef at The Three Chimneys on the Isle of Skye, creates dishes which reflect and celebrate the ingredients native to Skye and beyond.

Don’t tie boards to immigration

Proposals to link alcohol licences to immigration checks slammed

Wine opportunities plentiful in the trade

The right supplier can guide operators through any challenges facing the category

Health’s hysteria on ads is ominous

The anti-alcohol lobby won’t be satisfied until drinkers are pariahs

Turning up the volume in bars

GUINNESS owner Diageo is hoping to make a noise in the on-trade with the launch of a new hand-finished font, modelled on the stout brand’s harp logo.

Old whisky, new bottles

EDRINGTON-Beam Suntory UK has unveiled new packaging for its flagship single malt, The Macallan.