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Scottish Licensed Trade News

Spirit revenues overtake beer

Gin boom has contributed to a surge in UK spirits sales SALES of spirits have overtaken beer in the UK for the first time ever, figures from HMRC have …

Mix things up during the warmer weather

Operators can cash in on demand for high quality cocktails, say spirits firms After the UK was gripped by a heatwave – and even Scotland managed to catch a …

Meaty move for a new Frontier

Charcuterie set to open following off-market sale THE west end of Edinburgh is set to benefit from a new charcuterie and bar following the sale of the former …

Turning over a new Leith

A LEITH pub has come onto the market for the first time in ten years. The Alan Breck Lounge on Constitution Street is described as a “well-regarded public …

Plotting the Scottish success story: gin

THERE’S no denying that gin has gone through a renaissance of late, ratified by the figures above. Now the scale of the sector has been captured in an …

Brewing up a common goal

STEWART Brewing has once again collaborated with students from Heriot-Watt University to launch a new beer. Common Ancestor, a 5.2% ABV California Common, was …

Cold beer gets a warm welcome

Temperature control one of key factors in good cellar management A MINI-heatwave a couple of weeks ago followed by a rapid return to temperatures more in line …

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