Features | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 20

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Brewing it right

Glendola Leisure Group gets in on the beer scene in Glasgow In Scottish brewing, shilling categories were once based on the price of a beer per hogshead, which …

It’s time to bring the laws together

The Scottish Government should hold fire on further licensing legislation until it has tied together the current raft of regulations. Licensing lawyers have …

Thirst for beer knowledge

Educating customers on category can boost sales, firms say As the craft beer wave shows no sign of abating, licensees have an opportunity to boost profits …

Bar-talk: Summer Drinks

Audrey O’Brien, The Woods, Glasgow • Which serve do you most strongly associate with summer? Pimm’s and lemonade, it’s just summer in a glass. • …

Products that shine brightest

Wholesalers reveal their top picks of the summer so far PROSECCO, cider and artisan spirits are among the products proving most popular in the on-trade this …

Cider still top of the tree in the summer

Category could shine in coming weeks, from mainstream to craft products From sunburn to strawberries, certain things have always been associated with …

Nurture staff to grow business

Ongoing training can have multiple benefits, say firms Operators could be missing a trick when it comes to running a successful venue if they neglect staff …

Celebrating local larder

SOME of Scotland’s top food and drinks  producers and suppliers will go head to head at the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards next Thursday (June …

Big events a boon for beer

Summer of sport should secure success at the taps Sometimes it snows in April, and there will be at least one rainy afternoon in June, but despite the …

Water of life is in full flow

In Gaelic it’s the water of life and in the Scottish on-trade it’s a river of opportunity with the chance to make some good margins, but is there still …

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