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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Pouring beer

Strike the right balance in beer

For many venues, it’s important to offer a mix of big brands and smaller names
pouring beer

Time to pour perfect pints

Bars should be on point with the basics of beer quality
Fyne Ales’ revamped branding

Brewery in Fyne fettle

FYNE Ales’ farm brewery credentials and rural location on a 4500-acre estate at the head of Loch Fyne provided the inspiration for new branding currently being rolled out across its range of beers
people eating at pub

The kitchen staple that keeps evolving

There is more choice in commercial microwaves now than there has ever been

Makeover for Paisley pub

A Paisley pub is preparing for a new lease of life after a £160,000 refurbishment

Refreshing time for beer

Japanese beer brand Kirin Ichiban is sporting new-look packaging, designed to accentuate the beer’s premium positioning
The Lansdowne Bar & Kitchen is under new ownership and is set for a root and branch refit

The Mother of all takeovers

Glasgow venue snapped up by Mother India restaurant group
The Newton Arms is said to benefit from its location on the A904

Welcome opportunity with open arms

A GASTROPUB in the West Lothian town of Newton is for sale for the first time in more than three decades
The Rose Street venue includes an outdoor area

Opportunity to bloom in capital

Operators keen on a move into one of the capital’s busiest thoroughfares may be interested in the 1780 Restaurant & Bar on Rose Street
The Ship Inn was upgraded in 2008

Who will sail into Irvine?

What's claimed to be the oldest pub in the Ayrshire town of Irvine is for sale