Features | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 49

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Keg taps into ale resurgence

Stalwart brands essential component of range, brewers say THE modern day ale drinker is more inclined to wander across the taps than previous generations, it …

Borders pub raises a glass to craft beer

The Cobbles named best in Scotland and Northern Ireland in CAMRA guide THE last few years have been tough for a lot of operators in the licensed trade, but one …

Operator in Bridge of Don is local hero

Sustainability, the environment and a bit of fun fuel Martin Young’s ventures By Matthew Lynas BRIDGE of Don pub The Mains of Scotstown Inn uses around 1500 …

No sun is required for soft drinks sales

Operators can capitalise with winter flavours and meal deals WITH September coming to a close it can feel like a long wait until next summer, and the …

Maclay makes hay while the sun shines

Company’s programme of expansion has shifted into high gear in 2013 HAVING refurbished a number of new and established properties, it’s been a busy year …

Trade can go for gold at Games

The hospitality industry will be the ‘face’ of Scotland in 2014, writes VisitScotland chief Malcolm Roughead SCOTLAND is set to be thrust into the global …

Scotland’s top brands 2013

Please see below for the biggest selling brands in Scotland’s on-trade – Click here to view Scotland’s top brands 2013 Source: …

Keep it entertaining to pack your pub

A varied and relevant programme can pay dividends, suppliers say IN a competitive marketplace it’s arguably never been more important for operators to make …

Interior investment can pay dividends

Is now the time to revamp your pub? EVEN in a tough economy, operators would do well to invest in quality interior design. That’s the message from specialist …

Making the most of Scottish produce

Operators encouraged to take part in annual celebration of local food and drink SCOTTISH bar and restaurant operators are being encouraged to do their part to …