Features | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 30

Scottish Licensed Trade News

The summer cider window is open

Operators are urged to capitalise on the outside drinking season Cider sales traditionally pick up during the summer months as consumers flock to outside …

Giving the on-trade a sporting chance

There may not be a Brazilian World Cup or a Glasgow Commonwealth Games this year, but with the Rugby World Cup on the horizon and Wimbledon just around the …

Craft beer focus

The popularity of small batch brews seems to show little sign of waning. But which craft beers are expected to sell well this summer? And what do licensees …

Food focus pays off for Number 10

Hotel reaping rewards of revamped restaurant. Gillian McKenzie reports It’s exactly a year since the new restaurant at Number 10 hotel on Glasgow’s …

Lighter drinks for lighter days

Cider, wine and soft drinks quench summer thirsts, say producers Light and refreshing serves can be crucial to sales during summer as publicans find …

Is your team up to scratch?

Product range and surroundings are nothing without well-trained staff, say firms LICENSED trade operators that neglect staff training are missing a vital piece …

The gin revolution is hitting its stride

Distillers find parallels with craft beer as spirit makes waves in the trade WHERE craft has been the success story of the beer world over the last few years, …

Dining out at the Douglas Arms

Recent refurbishment adds another string to this Banchory hotel’s bow A CAREER in the licensed trade has seen Douglas Arms Hotel owner Steven Ross travel a …

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 …

Small batch, big opportunity

Similar to fellow white spirit gin, the vodka market has seen a growing number of small batch brands emerge. As well as growth in numbers, the firms behind …

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