Features | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 30

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Ensure your business is ready to set sale

Potential buyers are on the lookout for lucrative opportunities in Scotland’s licensed trade, writes Paul Miller of Bruce & Co SCOTLAND is a wonderful …

World domination beckons for beer

Interest in brews from around the globe increasing, suppliers say From the (now scrapped) duty escalator to the rising cost of ingredients and increased …

Low on alcohol but not on taste

Producers say low ABV is more popular than ever in on-trade LOW ABV beers and ciders are proving increasingly popular in Scotland’s pubs and bars, say drinks …

‘Vapers’ can be a breath of fresh air

Welcoming e-cigarette users into licensed premises can benefit trade, firms say Of all the challenges encountered by the Scottish trade in recent years, the …

Get a grip of your wine list

While wine duty has been frozen for the first time since 1996, the lowering of the drink drive limit is said to have hit sales. Despite the challenges, …

Ensure your soft range is right

Operators urged to capitalise on growing demand for flavours Factors such as the lower drink drive limit and concerns over health are encouraging more people …

What’s brewing in Scots bars?

Ellis Thornton, Redmond’s of Dennistoun, Glasgow • What’s the beer range like in your pub? We have eight taps including one rotating cask line where we …

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