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Stonegate Group sells Shirleys to raise funds for LGBTQ+ charity

The cocktails come from The Drinks Bureau, which launched November 2023 with a range of ‘award-winning and bar-quality cocktails’ in cans and bag-in-box formats.

Scotland’s Signature Group is one of the UK’s ‘best places to work’

Signature's restaurants, pubs, bars, hotels – and brewery – employ 650 people across 20 venues in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, St Andrews and Stirling.

Scottish Rum Festival comes to Glasgow’s SWG3 this autumn

Following its successful inaugural event last year, the festival's return is timed to coincide with the first weekend of the Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight.

Ferry problems prompt Arran’s Auchrannie Resort to offer free rooms

Arran businesses are facing ‘significant and urgent financial challenges’ due to a lack of visitor confidence in the island's ferry service.

Masterchef: The Professionals finalist Massey launches ‘Sanja’

Raised near New Delhi in India, until leaving for Scotland in 2014, Massey is renowned for using the spices of his homeland to ‘enliven and embolden’ Scottish fine dining.

New rooftop bar Lochrin opens in Edinburgh’s Fountainbridge

Described as ‘a lavish, moody and opulent cocktail bar’ in dark green and red hues, extensive investment has created a reminder of a speakeasy gentleman’s club.

Heineken UK gets a helping hand from an Eastenders hardman

The new campaign, in the form of a video series titled ‘Ross Kemp Behind Bars’, visits pubs around the country to see how SmartDispense is helping licensees.

Thomson given Master Innholder status for outstanding career

James Thomson OBE, owner of renowned Edinburgh hospitality venues The Witchery and Prestonfield House, has been a ‘great inspiration’ to the industry.

Employees agree – it’s really good to work at The Real Food Café

Tyndrum roadside eatery, The Real Food Café has, for the second year running, been named as one of the UK’s Top 30 Best Places to Work in Hospitality.

New chance to own shares in community-owned GlenWyvis distillery

The funds raised will be used to pave the way for increased production by expanding a bonded warehouse and building a low-volume bottling facility.

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