Features | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 4

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Licensing landscape is as clear as mud

Lawyers lambast legislation ahead of May’s local elections SEARCHING for a needle in a haystack is hard enough when there’s only one bale to investigate, …

Edinburgh bar has real northern soul

Award-winning capital venue is capitalising on the gin boom WHEN James Sutherland opened 56 North in Edinburgh nine years ago the gin boom was still in its …

Innovation keeps gin sales in growth

Distillers suggest operators mix it up to ensure customers stay engaged GIN sales have been expanding at a rate that would make a mortgage broker blush, but …

A bag of tricks for the back-bar

Equipment can improve efficiency and enhance a venue’s reputation WHEN ordering a drink at the bar, customers look for something they can’t replicate at …

Quality serves here to stay

Cocktail culture continues to evolve in bars and pubs IT’S been several years since a resurgence in cocktails helped breathe new life into on-trade spirits …

Drinks with a sense of place

Customers and staff alike are looking for provenance PROVENANCE has become somewhat of a watchword in the Scottish on-trade, with a spike in interest from …

Heat up your drinks range

Tea and coffee represent a real opportunity for the trade AS pub and bar customers come to demand more from the on-trade venues they visit, hot beverages have …

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