Tuesday, October 20, 2020
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Customers could have a cool head

This year’s lockdown period is likely to have had an impact on the beers and ciders customers will purchase this autumn – with a freshly-poured pint once again seen as a treat

Ensure the cellar is kept in good health

The more things change, the more they stay the same, so the expression goes

Sustainable roots are yielding fruit

Whether a founding principle of a relatively new business or a growing focus for a more established player, sustainability is an increasingly important consideration for Scotland’s drinks industry

Behind bars: whisky

Two operators share their insights on whisky 

Healthy sales that could get healthier

If there’s one thing that can be said for 2020, it’s that people are probably more aware of ‘health’ than they’ve ever been

Prioritise quality post-lockdown

A GIN offer that focuses on quality over quantity could go a long way over the coming months as the trade gets back on track
busy bar

Coronavirus: trade groups respond to Scottish Government measures

Trade groups have welcomed measures from the Scottish Government designed to ease pressure on hospitality businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic – but say further immediate provisions are needed to support the industry

Sustainability becoming more important to companies and consumers

Crafting products with a conscience

Craft is more than just a name game

Though sometimes ill-defined, the sector is likely to continue to grow in pubs

Behind bars: spring cocktails

Dan Caddell from 3 Session Street and Grant Murray from Cru Holdings discuss spring cocktails with SLTN