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Arran seals blaand deal

ARRAN Brewery has bought the rights to a whey-made wine from Lanarskhire cheese maker Humphrey Errington. The holding company of the merged Isle of Skye...

New owner takes over at Admiral Taverns

PUBCO Admiral Taverns has been bought by a private investment firm for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition of the 1100-strong tenanted pubco, by an affiliate...
Fyne Ales’ revamped branding

Brewery in Fyne fettle

FYNE Ales’ farm brewery credentials and rural location on a 4500-acre estate at the head of Loch Fyne provided the inspiration for new branding currently being rolled out across its range of beers

Best Bar None goes nationwide

North east venues sweep the board at inaugural Scotland-wide awards NORTH east venues swept the board at the inaugural Best Bar None Scotland Awards. Outlets in...

Trade chief in training plea

Operators must comply with new premises licence holder (PLH) refresher training or risk having their business closed down. That was the stark warning from SLTA chief executive Paul Waterson last week as he urged licensees to start planning for refresher courses now. Speaking at the trade group’s AGM at Braid Hills Hotel in Edinburgh, Waterson stressed the importance of PLH refresher training, which must be undertaken five years from the date the licence was issued.

Cask up for first time in 20 years

Beer category continuing to grow – despite recession, latest report finds THE potential of cask ale to help pubs thrive was underlined last week when...

Where sport is the name of the game

Irish bar Malones Glasgow puts televised action at the heart of offer .

Ben raises funds in Millar’s memory

THE Ben paid tribute to late director Gordon Millar recently when it staged an inaugural golf event in his name at Gleneagles. The charity raised...

West coast hotel strikes gold

A WEST coast hotel has been awarded a gold medal by tourism marketing body VisitScotland. Loch Melfort Hotel in Arduaine near Oban was presented with...

Brewer toasts impact made by cider

BREWING giant AB InBev reported its satisfaction with the progress made by its new cider brand in the UK as it posted its third...

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