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Saturday, September 25, 2021
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Ayrshire group is on course for destination

WITH it’s calming blue tones, driftwood-style panelling, ‘beach hut’ booth and nautical artefacts, the new Coast bar and restaurant at The Gailes Hotel features more than a few nods to its location on the Ayrshire coast.

Doing good through beer

This is shaping up to be a big year for Brewgooder, the Scottish beer business which has provided over 100 million litres of fresh water for African communities since its inception.

The allure of Loch Ness still runs deep

SLTN Award-winners Willie Cameron and Fraser Campbell have expanded Cobbs Group to comprise four hotels, including Loch Ness Country House Hotel, 18 coffee shops and eight retail outlets, as well as a bakery business

Group’s expansion is Still on right track

Glasgow operator and entrepreneur Paul Reynolds is on the verge of a considerable expansion of his Stack & Still business

McKee speaks out on hospitality

Glasgow Provan MSP Ivan McKee was appointed minister for business, trade, tourism and enterprise in May following the Scottish Parliament election. Here he addresses some of the issues affecting Scotland’s hospitality industry.

The beat goes on at Moskito

Much-loved Glasgow venue returns with a brand new look and a few nods to its history.

Taking up the baton

Leon Thompson, the new executive director of UK Hospitality Scotland, is committed to continuing the fight for the industry.

Changes to trading restrictions key for reopening, says Diageo boss

The Scottish Government should revise its coronavirus levels system and allow Scotland’s pubs, restaurants and hotels to reopen in a safe, sustainable and commercially viable way, Diageo GB managing director Dayalan Nayager has said.

Fate has a hand in Sorn Inn’s future

A trip to Ayrshire to view a house last year was to take David and Karen Miller in a whole new direction – and a move into the licensed trade.

The Kings Arms ready to reign again

Timing was not in their favour but the operators of the Fenwick pub have made the best of a challenging situation