Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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Features dedicated to the licensed trade in Scotland.


Grand Central Hotel has received a major endorsement for work with young people

The hotel has received a gold accreditation for its work with Investors In Young People (IIYP) in recognition of its recruitment, development and retention of young people

William Grant keeps it in the family

SEVERAL Scottish-based bartenders are among the most recent crop of on-trade talent to be recruited by drinks company William Grant & Sons for its 1887 Collective.

Fellowship for McIntyre

GORDON McIntyre, an educator who has spent nearly three decades training hospitality students at City of Glasgow College, has been awarded a fellowship for his contribution to the industry.
The new products are designed to complement the complex flavours of premium spirits

Darker direction for soft drinks giant

COCA-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is aiming to mix up the on-trade spirit/mixer market with the launch of a new range of flavoured colas designed to be paired with quality dark spirits.
Eddie Spear, Shirley Spear and Gordon Campbell Gray

Restaurateurs pass the torch on Skye

It’s the end of an era on Skye after restaurateurs Shirley and Eddie Spear sold their business after more than three decades

Bar completes family business

The McMillan reaps the rewards of redefined space

Brewer to invest in its Scottish pubs

Heineken has announced plans to invest £4 million in its Star Pubs & Bars Scottish estate this year
Richard Fergie collects the SLTN Award for Best Soft Drinks Offer

Forging ahead in uncertain times

SLTN Award-winning Monterey Jack’s set for further expansion

Unlocking Scots’ cocktail talents

Two Aberdeen bartenders may be London-bound for the final of No.3 Gin’s third annual Unlock Taste cocktail tournament later this month

It’s a Jolly good result

The Jolly Judge has been named the Cider Pub of the Year by CAMRA Edinburgh and South East