Alec Drew | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 37

Scottish Licensed Trade News

New city restaurant is the spice of life

Entrepreneurial Avdyli family opens its fourth venue. By Jonathan Watt STEEPED in the folklore of a classic Scottish night out, the kebab has long been the …

The land of the rising spirits

Japan venerated by gin and whisky launches this month TWO altogether different spirits, both tied to the archipelagic nation of Japan, have been launched this …

Ensure you bark up the right tree

In addition to complying with legislation, there are real benefits to welcoming guide dog owners, writes Emma Brown of Guide Dogs UNDER the Equality Act 2010, …

An adventure for the young tourists

G&V Royal Mile Edinburgh Hotel has launched a new scheme to help families with children staying in the five-star hotel to explore the city. A book …

Drinks deal is rekindled

TWO drinks firms are to ‘revive’ their distribution partnership in the UK. The deal means that international wine, spirit and cider producer, Distell, will …

Rates biggest worry for trade

Barclay group’s recommendations delayed until August …

Bourbon’s new additions

Diageo Reserve has grown its Bulleit Bourbon range with the release of a ten year old edition. The latest addition to the portfolio is designed to capitalise …

Rates reform can’t come soon enough

By Gillian McKenzie THAT business rates has been flagged as the biggest challenge currently facing licensed trade businesses comes as no great surprise. This …

A malt for bartenders is in order

GLASWEGIAN whisky distillery Auchentoshan has unveiled a new malt celebrating the bartender. The Bartender’s Malt is the result of a collaboration of …

2010 rates appeals rejections revealed

FIGURES obtained by SLTN reveal that more than half of all appeals lodged by licensed operators against the 2010 business rates revaluation were rejected by …

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