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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Fairlie scholarship finalists revealed

Six young chefs from across Scotland are in the running for this year’s Andrew Fairlie Scholarship.

Lockdown extended until mid-February

Current lockdown restrictions covering mainland Scotland and some islands are to remain in place until at least mid-February, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.

New Scottish rum has a Brass Neck

The team behind a new Scottish spiced rum is gearing up to roll the spirit out in the on-trade once lockdown restrictions are lifted.

Supreme Court ruling could lead to COVID insurance payouts

Businesses could be in line for insurance payouts due to the COVID-19 pandemic following a court ruling.

Nicole will make her Mark in bourbon role

Scottish bartender Nicole Sykes has been recruited to a new role for American bourbon brand Maker’s Mark.
Staff member with face mask

New hospitality development programme launches

A new hospitality development programme which seeks to develop talent to help the sector rebuild in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic has been launched

Takeaway rules tightened

Premises offering takeaway services will have to give orders to customers at a serving hatch or doorway from Saturday, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced

Join SLTN and Angostura for virtual rum tasting

SLTN and Angostura are bringing a taste of the Caribbean to the trade this February with a special rum tasting

Dr Kirstie McCallum joins Halewood

Whisky veteran Dr Kirstie McCallum has been appointed as the new master blender of Halewood’s Artisanal Spirits division

Additional support for island businesses

Hospitality businesses in the Scottish islands currently under level three coronavirus restrictions are to receive additional financial support, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced