December, 2018 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

A new era for Old Churches

A hotel and accommodation business in Dunblane has been taken over by an experienced local hotelier

Capital lookout opens

What's claimed to be the first ever restaurant on Edinburgh’s Calton Hill has opened its doors

Field to fork for Dornoch family

Beef and lamb from a Dornoch farm is to take centre stage in an eatery in the town after the farming family snapped up the venue

Staff take the reins at Highland hotel

Priory Hotel founder sells to employees after 46 years in business

Dundee bartender is king of the world

DUNDEE bartender Dimi Savvaidis has triumphed over bartenders from around the world to lift the cocktail crown in a global

Mixed response to Budget measures

The draft Scottish Budget has met with a mixed response from trade bodies and business

Glasgow is World Class

DIAGEO has confirmed that Glasgow will host the global final of its World Class cocktail competition in September 2019

Coors ends Matthew Clark arrangement

MOLSON Coors has moved to reassure its free-trade customers that there will be no interruption to service

Boclair lights up the festive season

As well as the Christmas tree lights switch-on, the event saw hotel staff sell home baking in aid of local charity The Saturday Café, which helps children and …

Thousands of licences at risk

PLHs could submit renewal on time and still lose licence