Thursday, February 27, 2020
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Winning with the water bill

Competition among suppliers could mean savings for pubs Since April 1, 2008, Scottish businesses, public sector, charitable and not-for-profit organisations have been able to choose which...

Cider continuing to bear fruit for bars

But operators must strike a balance in the fridge in order to maximise sales FROM core apple and pear variants to the plethora of fruit...
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Trade urged to get ahead for the Games

Operators advised to act now if they are to reap the benefits this summer THOUSANDS of athletes, spectators and members of the media are set...
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Mixing up drinks for the festivities

Scottish operators bring out the seasonal cocktails and pitchers for Christmas IT’S the most wonderful time of the year – for publicans who get their...

Overseas flavours can curry favour

Beers from across the globe are becoming increasingly popular in the Scottish on-trade as consumers seek new styles and flavours. That’s the message from importers and...

Small spirits with big sales

Small-batch brands going from strength to strength, firms say A growing interest in craft spirits has been a pervading trend in the on-trade for many...

Is this the year to take one on?

Prospective lessees must do their homework, pubcos say A NEW year is here and the prospect of change is still fresh in the minds of...
Viva Benleva: Neil Morrison has revamped the hotel in Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness.

Operator is taking care of business

Central belt cities on radar as entrepreneur eyes further growth

The well prepared should feel the love

With Valentine’s approaching, licensees can plan ahead for a day of success
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Get the word out about your offer

Even the best drinks range can be let down if customers are not aware of what’s available